Tuesday, June 14, 2011

American Antiwar History Lessons

Antiwar.com brings us Tom Mullen's article on those who knew "the dangers to liberty that accompanied prolonged warfare or a standing army in peacetime" — The Founders Were Antiwar — and Stephen M. Kohn's account of "whistle-blowers [who] had accused a Navy commander of mistreating prisoners" — The Whistle-Blowers of 1777.

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