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I have been active in the antiwar movement from Vietnam through Iraq.
I have done political work for some of the most antiwar candidates of the modern era — Mc Govern, Jackson, Nader, Kucinich.
I have marched and petitioned, organized and strategized, and played a part in peace demonstrations from Las Cruces, New Mexico, to London and New York. But until I read David Swanson’s book, I had never heard this story before — and certainly never understood why it was important.” — Steve Cobble, former political director of the National Rainbow Coalition, advisor to Jackson, Nader, and Kucinich presidential campaigns “Swanson has done it again.
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N.’s eloquent mandate: ‘to eliminate the scourge of war.'” — Kathy Kelly, Voices for Creative Nonviolence.
“From to a prodigious number of essays (and that’s just since the ’08 election) David Swanson combines the timeliest scholarship and logical elegance in a call to action: ‘to learn how to enjoy working for the moral good for its own sake.’” — John Heuer, Veterans for Peace.
“One of the best ways to radicalize someone’s thinking is to force the person to look at a cherished ideal in a fundamentally new way.
David Swanson does that with War, an ideal cherished by too many Americans.