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Pacifism



  • Masculinity, Pacifism and Politics: Abolitionist Parker Pillsbury

    "Pillsbury and other Garrisonians despised the romanticization of male violence, perhaps partly because they were on the receiving end of so much of it. They derided white southern men as drunkards with a tendency to use harsh violence against both enslaved people and white women."



  • Trump’s Doubts about the Military have Deep Roots in Both Parties

    by Michael Kazin

    Recent media discussions of Trump's remarks about war veterans and indifference to visiting a World War I memorial should prompt deeper thought about the antiwar movements of the right and left that the Great War created. Opposition to war can be rooted in very different values and advance different ends.