Arguments Against War
When campaigning against war, we need effective arguments against it. The arguments can be made on different grounds, depending on who you are speaking to or which particular issue you are addressing.
We have divided the arguments into the following sections:
Disclaimer: The articles posted here come from many sources and are written by many different authors, some well known and some that will be new to you. MAW may not agree with some of the opinions of, or conclusions reached by any author, but we believe that, for successful campaigning against war, people need to be aware of all the facts and opinions on any issue.
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Please note: because many of the articles involve the American military, it may appear we have an anti-American bias. This is not so. It is because the US Freedom of Information Act works far better than the British version. It is a lot easier for investigative journalists to get at the facts, with the result that we know much more about the damage both done by and to the American soldier. As all military forces tend to work in the same way, and often follow the US model, we can use American information as a base for wider understanding.
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