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    1. They chanted, cursed, jostled and sometimes beat on their cars. Bobby Seale, chairman of the Black Panther Party, led demonstrators in chanting: “One, two, three, four. We...

    2. My First Lesson in Countertransference

      Psychiatric TimesAug 27 01:00 AM

      The early 1970s, when I was in medical school at the Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons, were a tumultuous time, with an antiwar movement that involved many of us in student protests ...

    3. We Live In Dangerous Times

      Zero HedgeAug 12 02:00 AM

      Submitted by Justin Raimondo via AntiWar.com, We are sitting atop a volcano that could erupt at any moment. Indeed, the only question is not whether it will explode, but when – and where ...

    4. BrainDead (CBS, Sunday 10:00 p.m.) — Luke enlists Laurel’s help on an antiwar political documentary, but she must team up with her ex-boyfriend to finish the film. Survivor’s Remorse ...

    5. The establishment manufactured the "Drug War" mainly to criminalize black Americans and also the antiwar left.   In an interview with one of Nixon's former top aides, John Ehlichman of ...

    6. Submitted by Justin Raimondo via AntiWar.com, Donald Trump’s most recent foreign policy speech , in which he explained how he would deal with the Islamic State (ISIL) and the Middle East ...

    7. Articles about War - philly-archives

      The Philadelphia InquirerAug 19 10:56 PM

      First, most of the organized antiwar groups aren't honest - they are the Socialist Workers Party and the free-Mumia crazies on the far left. Others, though, might admit that they were ...

    8. 1914: "Stay Down Here Where You Belong"

      The Beatrice Daily SunAug 14 01:15 AM

      In 1914, "Stay Down Here Where You Belong," an antiwar song by Irving Berlin, was published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. in New York.

    9. The Company You Keep | Movie | 2013

      Hollywood.comAug 19 12:50 PM

      His world is turned upside down when a brash young reporter named Ben Shepard exposes his true identity as a former 1970s antiwar radical fugitive wanted for murder. After living for ...

    10. Donnellon: Some rebels are more obscure than others

      The Philadelphia InquirerAug 15 03:43 PM

      Most who lived through the 1960s and '70s are well aware of Ali's antiwar stand and the black-power salutes of John Carlos and Tommie Smith on the medal stand at the 1968 Mexico Olympics ...

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