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Viewed from 20 years out, these antiwar arguments foretold much of the mess in Afghanistan.The critics of war in Afghanistan proved prescient|Jeremy Varon|August 26, 2021|Washington Post
In his first presidential race, he traded on his antiwar credentials to shore up celebrity endorsements and a loyal grass-roots base of support.
Franks, who had helped launch a chapter of Students for a Democratic Society while at Vassar College, often returned to stories about the antiwar movement and the legacy of 1960s radicalism.Lucinda Franks, Pulitzer-winning journalist and author, dies at 74|Harrison Smith|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
Repealing the AUMF is not necessarily a pro or antiwar position.Leaving Afghanistan Isn't Enough to End America's Forever Wars|Phil Klay|April 23, 2021|Time
It caused a big split in our family because I was very antiwar.How a Groundbreaking Book Helped a Generation of Lesbians See Themselves in the 1970s|Paul Moakley|February 13, 2021|Time
Rep. Walter Jones, an antiwar Republican, was one of the few to give voice to the problem.The Pentagon Is Officially Clueless About the ISIS War|Tim Mak|November 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Soldiers in uniform have been holding antiwar signs in front of their faces and posting the pictures to Reddit.Soldiers Protesting the War on Reddit Dishonor Their Oath of Service|Garrett Berntsen|September 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Todd Kincannon, a former executive director of the South Carolina GOP, says he wishes the Iraqis had killed an antiwar veteran.South Carolina Republicans Distance Themselves From Todd Kincannon|Eliza Shapiro|March 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This criticism of the President from an antiwar position elicited cheers from the Republican delegates.
To stop antiwar demonstrators from nearing the RNC, police set up barricades of buses.
The movement was headed by the left-wing Socialists, who attempted to correlate the antiwar movement with socialist propaganda.
The antiwar factions were not necessarily, however, users of violence.The Day of the Confederacy|Nathaniel W. Stephenson
(p. 135) Kerensky, undoubtedly, knew of the growing antiwar sentiment in the rank and file of the army.
These dire conditions gave a strong impetus to the growing antiwar movement in the country.