antiwar

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an·ti·war

 (ăn′tē-wôr′, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Opposed to war or to a particular war: antiwar protests; an antiwar candidate.

antiwar

(ˌæntɪˈwɔː)
adj
opposed to war: the antiwar movement.
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Wells is more concerned with organizational issues, the emotional milieu of activist politics, and the narrative details of major antiwar events.
English poet and novelist who is known chiefly for his antiwar poetry.
These doubts evaporated when war was declared, and the antiwar movement rapidly found itself isolated and powerless.
Party in the Street: The Antiwar Movement and the Democratic Party after 9/11, by Michael T.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Non-interventionist news portal Antiwar.com accused Google of using "authoritarian" tactics and being "an arm of the US State Dept.", after it stopped providing adverts on several of its stories, which the tech giant says violate its policy.
Not In Our Name: American Antiwar Speeches, 1848 to the Present.
In Part III, Wu presents her third case study of internationalism within the antiwar movement, namely the Indochinese Women's Conferences held in Vancouver and Toronto in spring 1971.
Hardhats, Hippies, and Hawks: The Vietnam Antiwar Movement as Myth and Memory, by Penny Lewis, Cornell University Press, 35$ pages, $22.93
While much of this research asks how antiwar activities and war are predicated upon dominant gender ideals and focuses in particular on women's experiences, this article aims to explore how some wartime events, specifically antiwar activism, constitutes or reconstitutes gender.
THE OCCUPATION IN IRAQ is going on its sixth year and so are the antiwar demonstrations.
The contributions to this Special Issue of the International Journal of Peace Studies consider antiwar protests' potential to influence national-security policies.
Cooperation between the Democratic Party and antiwar activists helped the "Party of the Street" in the 2006 congressional elections, but the upcoming presidential election could see this support wane because of divisions among the antiwar activists, say researchers at Indiana University, Bloomington, and the University of Florida, Gainesville.