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    The War Economy FB Feed The War EconomyThe War Economy5 hours agoGood article by L. ALI KHAN/ Quote: The U.S. warfare establishment sees war as a necessary evil that must always remain the prime factor in foreign policy.The Merchant of WeaponsPresident Trump has turned into a merchant of weapons, coaxing nations to buy American weapons and warfare systems. Inevitably, modern U.S. presidents are ocounterpunch.org    View on FacebookThe War Economy2 weeks agoMore great insight on the war economy by author Paul Street.Giving the Game AwayIt doesn’t take much, just a sentence or a turn-of-phrase, sometimes even just a word or two, to give the game away. Take these words that became ubiquitous among U.S. media and political elites referring to the United States of America in the wake of 9/11: “the homeland,” “defense of the homeland,”…counterpunch.org    View on FacebookThe War Economy2 weeks agoRadio Program. Lots of topics in this episode of KPFA's Upfront, including a discussion of the Neo-Republican's tax plan, as well as homelessness in America.Senate hearings on Election Involvement, Here There Encampment and Eviction | KPFAEncampmentThis morning, as Senate hearings regarding Russian involvement in President Trump’s election proceed, we speak with Elizabeth Dwoskin, The Washington Post’s Silicon Valley Correspondent who is in Washington DC covering the hearings. Continued coverage of the eviction of the Here There enca…kpfa.org    View on FacebookThe War Economy2 weeks agoGreat radio program. Economics Professor Richard D. Wolff discusses the federal survey of the labor market. Over the next decade, the jobs that will grow the most are low paying jobs, which of course only benefits corporate fascism.Economic Update – November 3, 2017 | KPFAEconomics Professor Richard D. Wolff and guests discuss the current state of the economy, locally and globally. The program explores alternative ways to organize, markets, and government policies.kpfa.org    View on FacebookT …
  • Code Pink Disrupts Trump’s Inauguration

    Anti-war women's group, Code Pink, protest at Trump's Inauguration

    Published on Jan 20, 2017

    As Donald J. Trump​ was sworn in at his inaugural, the ladies of CODEPINK: Women For Peace​ protested his presidency

  • Codepink Protests at Entrance to Trump Pre-Inauguration Event

    Code Pink Protesters attend Trumps inauguration.

    Published on Jan 19, 2017

    As thousands descend on Washington DC to attend Donald J Trump's inauguration, Codepink, an anti-war women's group, is making their message heard. Around a dozen members clad in pink and holding signs reading "no person is illegal" and "stop endless war" sang tunes alluding to world peace to an audience of seemingly endless people on line to get into the national mall.

  • Code Pink Protester Faces Up to a Year in Jail For Laughing At Jeff Sessions

    Code Pink protest takes a turn for the worse.

    Published on May 4, 2017

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    In this Majority Report clip, we discuss the case of Desiree Fairooz, a Code Pink protester who attended Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing and was removed.

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  • Bibliography: Anti-war (page 5 of 5)
    Citations Found: 3 Date: 2016-11-27 db post_name: anti-war_5-of-5_20161127 db post_title: Bibliography: Anti-war (page 5 of 5) Folder: Dropbox/bibliographies/anti-war Search Keys: "anti-war" Search url: eric.ed.gov/?q=%22anti-war%22&pg=5 Selected Range: 1-5 (5) Total Citations: 3 Total Pages Available: 5 Morse, Stanley J.; Peele, Stanton (1971). A Study of Participants in Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration, Journal of Social Issues. Study sought to identify those attitudinal and cognitive factors which prompt an individual to participate in protests designed to change government policy Descriptors: Behavioral Science Research, Cognitive Processes, College Students, Demonstrations (Civil) Freedman, David (1996). Teaching Anti-militarism during War, Theory into Practice. Article discusses various issues of a situated pedagogical practice by examining one teacher's experiences teaching during the U.S.-Iraq war. His course highlighted ways that cultural constructions of oppressive discourses enabled a plunge into war, looking at how and why context-specific interventions against oppression were considered and taught. Descriptors: Activism, College Faculty, Context Effect, Higher Education Brown, Clyde; Brown, Gayle K. Pluta (1995). Moo U and the Cambodia Invasion: Anti-Vietnam War Protest at Iowa State University, May 1970. A detailed examination of the Vietnam war demonstrations on the Iowa State University campus and in Ames (Iowa) in May 1970, utilizing local and student newspaper accounts and interviews contained in an oral history archive, show how words of protest along with critically reasoned behavior led to purposeful student contributions. Through the period in question, student leaders and their most ardent followers as well as university officials were committed to a policy of nonviolence. Many of those who exposed themselves to arrest explained their actions in terms of heightened personal commitment, moral and political, to ending the war. Having spoken out re …
  • Bibliography: Anti-war (page 4 of 5)
    Citations Found: 15 Date: 2016-11-27 db post_name: anti-war_4-of-5_20161127 db post_title: Bibliography: Anti-war (page 4 of 5) Folder: Dropbox/bibliographies/anti-war Search Keys: "anti-war" Search url: eric.ed.gov/?q=%22anti-war%22&pg=4 Selected Range: 1-5 (5) Total Citations: 15 Total Pages Available: 5 Kemerer, Frank R.; And Others (1973). Who Sank The Khaki Submarine At Stanford? A Study of Decision-Making At Stanford University. From the late 1960s to the spring of 1970 there was an acceleration of anti-war protest and political movements. At Stanford University this period was characterized by controversy, deep divisions within the university community, disruption of classes, student strikes, and the presence of uniformed police on campus. In this environment of turbulence and violence, a major decision was reached to remove ROTC from Stanford. It was a decision that raised questions concerning the legitimacy of the governing role of the board of trustees, the president, the faculty and the students. It caused a crisis in the decision-making process and an altering of the power structure of the university. It extended beyond the single topic of ROTC, beyond the question of legitimate authority, to include such matters as the ethics of classified research, rivalry between academic disciplines, and the very fundamental question of academic freedom. This document attempts to identify and analyze, from a political perspective, the decision-making process that produced the "ROTC decision." It begins with an exploration of the Stanford decision-making system and proceeds to describe the "political perspective."   [More]  Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Decision Making, Faculty, Governance Peltason, J. W. (1995). Reactionary Thoughts of a Revolutionary. This monograph is a transcript of a lecture given by Jack W. Peltason and the four responses by panelists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After a brief eulogy to David Dodds Henry, President of th …
  • Bibliography: Anti-war (page 3 of 5)
    Citations Found: 15 Date: 2016-11-27 db post_name: anti-war_3-of-5_20161127 db post_title: Bibliography: Anti-war (page 3 of 5) Folder: Dropbox/bibliographies/anti-war Search Keys: "anti-war" Search url: eric.ed.gov/?q=%22anti-war%22&pg=3 Selected Range: 1-5 (5) Total Citations: 15 Total Pages Available: 5 Shafer, George (1978). The Dramaturgy of Fact: The Testament of History in Two Anti-War Plays, Central States Speech Journal. The dramaturgical dimensions of the "theater of fact" as found in two anti-war plays, "Discourse on Viet Nam" by Peter Weiss and "Xa: A Vietnam Primer" by the ProVisional Theatre are examined. In these plays the author finds that Vietnamese history becomes rhetorical testament in arguments against United States interference in Vietnam.   [More]  Descriptors: Credibility, Drama, Historical Criticism, Literary Criticism Dailey, Ann Ricks (1983). Educational Attainment and Political Attitudes: An Effect of Schools or Schooling?, Theory and Research in Social Education. The four political attitudes studied involved political interest, political alienation, racial equality, and the Vietnam war. Schooling effects influenced political interest and anti-Vietnam war attitudes but not political alienation and feelings about racial equality. Descriptors: Alienation, Educational Attainment, Educational Background, Educational Research Berle, Adolf A. (1968). Some Perspectives on the Politics and Organization of Education. Adolf A. Berle, a statesman and law professor, discusses the powers and responsibilities of the educational administrator. Emphasized is the belief that education must not be sacrificed to race relations militants, anti-war groups, or teachers' demands. Police force should be used when needed to prevent schools from becoming battlegrounds. Confrontations can be diminished if administrators initiate dialogues with parents in the community.   [More]  Descriptors: Administrator Responsibility, Decentralization, Organizations (Groups), Po …
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