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    1. He was a leader of civil disobedience protests and a goad to the Catholic conscience.

      Daniel Berrigan, poet, peacemaker, dies at 94 - National Catholic Reporter

    2. By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor | @JaneneScully | Published on 04.29.2016 11:15 a.m. A longtime antiwar activist who has been arrested multiple times protesting at Vandenberg Air Force Base will serve four months in federal prison after failing to follow a judge’s order regarding probation.

    3. Authored by Justin Raimondo via ( h/t Contra Corner blog ), Americans are rejecting imperialism – on both sides of the political spectrum As Bob Dylan put it, “the times they are a changing!” – and that is certainly the case when it comes to the debate over US foreign policy this election season. A recent article in the Boston Globe , summarizing the observations of a group of Brown...

    4. The Generation Gap That History Forgot

      Time MagazineMay 20 11:11 AM

      A generation before the '60s another group of young people resisted their elders’ entreaties to prepare for war

      ISIL history lesson dominates Day 4 of Minnesota... - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

    5. Vietnam War era activists reconvene at Macalester College

      Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneMay 03 04:31 PM

      Forty-six years ago this month, the nation’s campuses erupted in a series of student strikes, the largest student uprising in American history. Triggering the explosion was President Richard Nixon’s announcement that U.S. military forces were expanding the Vietnam War by invading Cambodia.

    6. The eclectic mix of labor loyalists, gay rights advocates, antiwar protesters and political neophytes who gathered in a union hall here a few days ago may have never ended up in the same room together were it not for Bernie Sanders. And they wondered whether they would ever come together again...

    7. May 11, 2016 Tomgram: Noam Chomsky, The Challenges of 2016 [Note to TomDispatch Readers: The remarkable Noam Chomsky has a new book out: Who Rules the World? It’s almost too obvious to say, but it’s a must-read! I’m particularly pleased that TomDispatch is excerpting the book’s final, monumental essay, “Masters of Mankind,” as a two-parter, … Continue reading →

    8. A half-century ago, they were on opposite sides of a nation divided over a distant war. Last month they sat on adjacent bus seats in Da Nang traffic, having formed an unlikely but powerful bond.

    9. Submitted by Justin Raimondo via, The reaction to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s much-awaited  foreign policy speech from the Washington elites was all-too-predictable : they  sneered  and  snickered  that he had  mispronounced  “Tanzania.” The more substantive criticisms weren’t much better: perpetual warmonger Lindsey Graham, whose presidential bid garnered zeropercent in the polls...

    10. Tom Engelhardt

      Middle East OnlineMay 14 03:14 AM

      offers a new way of looking at Washington’s repetitively unsuccessful twenty-first-century wars and conflicts, surveying the most recent set of failures and disappointments.

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