by Charles F. Howlett
The history of peace movements, as opposed to fleeting opposition to particular wars, is needed today as never before.
SOURCE: Made By History at The Washington Post
by Michael Kazin
Recent media discussions of Trump's remarks about war veterans and indifference to visiting a World War I memorial should prompt deeper thought about the antiwar movements of the right and left that the Great War created. Opposition to war can be rooted in very different values and advance different ends.