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  1. Antiwar protesters face off with National Guardsmen on Aug. 28, 1968, during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Antiwar protesters face off with National Guardsmen on Aug. 28, 1968, during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

  2. 'The Trial of Jane Fonda': Theater Review

    The Hollywood ReporterJul 15 09:40 AM

    Veteran Oscar nominee Anne Archer plays Hollywood screen legend Jane Fonda in Terry Jastrow’s dramatic reassessment of Fonda’s controversial antiwar activist past. read more

  3. Thiel Sees Trump As Ultimate Disrupter

    Benzinga via Yahoo! FinanceJul 21 06:20 AM

    According to Bloomberg, Peter Thiel is a "new trade-loving, free-thinking, gay, Christian, antiwar, rich-as-hell, naturalized-citizen, Silicon Valley hero." Thiel is an early investor and board ...

  4. Republican National Convention 2016 live updates: Mike Pence takes the stage as vice presidential nominee July 20, 2016, 7:46 a.m. What to know about the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, which is in its third day:• Watch Day 3 of the convention live with us.• What's coming up tonight:...

  5. This week’s must-read books

    New York PostJul 02 02:06 PM

    Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon by Larry Tye (Random House) Bobby Kennedy, who was assassinated during his 1968 presidential campaign, is remembered for his antiwar stance and for standing up for civil rights and against poverty. But Tye (“Superman”) shows how RFK was not always the progressive hero but a work in progress...

  6. Not the ’60s: Apocalypse Then and Now

    New York TimesJul 23 11:36 AM

    America’s political situation today is downright weird — too weird to be flattened into historical parallels.

  7. “You just can’t get confused about being the object of attention and what your life’s about," Jan Rose Kasmir tells TIME

  8. From Cops To Clinton: Impunity Corrupts

    Zero HedgeJul 08 05:46 PM

    Submitted by Dan Sanchez via AntiWar.com, Wednesday, two shocking videos of police officers fatally shooting civilians ( Alton Sterling and Philando Castile ) surfaced. The day before, many were appalled to hear the Director of the FBI announce that Hillary Clinton would not be charged for mishandling classified information. The two events may seem unrelated, but at bottom, they concern the same...

  9. Why Die for Tallinn?

    The Wall Street JournalJul 25 09:48 AM

    Trump and Gingrich send the wrong message to Putin.

  10. The Democratic socialist senator supports the F-35 fighter jet program for Vermont. It's all about jobs and the economy.

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