antimilitary

antimilitary

(ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪ)
adj
opposed to the military
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One said it appeared that those criticizing the operation were either 'ignorant of the real situation or they are only antimilitary.
In The Soldier and the State, he argued that a major source of American civil-military tension is the clash between the dominant liberalism of the United States, which tended toward an antimilitary outlook, and the "conservative" mind of military officers.
Moreover, Reece's conclusion that the military presence in England was "not an obstacle to settlement" only tells half of the story: His account of grudging acceptance in the localities understates the toxic legacy of the army's repeated interventions against its nominal political masters and the deep antimilitary sentiment that such action spawned among conservative politicians (229).
Before this incident, I had drawn some antimilitary and antipolice cartoons that the police objected to, but nothing like this incident with the children's cartoon.
They document how Cornyn linked Kirk to New York Senator Hillary Clinton, highlighted Kirk's opposition to a flag burning amendment, and called attention to Kirk's endorsement by an antimilitary group (Frederick & Jeffries, 2009, p.
We condemn these bombings and mourn the martyrs," said April 6, a secular protest group, which hast called for antimilitary protests on Saturday.
Tellingly, it was the nominee of the Democratic Party, the supposed seat of antimilitary sentiment, who offered the more generous plan for boosting the Pentagon's budget.
Antimilitary sentiment at some schools has certainly played a role, but economic pressures have hit even harder.
This turn to the Right is why, I think, when I tried to find a poem about 9/11 that captured the anti-imperialist, pro-racial justice, antimilitary sentiment at the heart of multiracial feminism .
tracking antiwar and antimilitary recruitment protests as part of an
constitutional structure, and the liberal antimilitary ideology