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  • Americans say NO to preemptive war

    Americans say NO to preemptive war

    April 1, 2003

    WASHINGTON – Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) told a protest rally in San Francisco a few weeks ago that George W. Bush has “awakened a sleeping giant,” the worldwide movement to stop his doctrine of unilateral, preemptive...

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  • Vets tell Bush: Bring troops home

    Vets tell Bush: Bring troops home

    March 29, 2003

    WASHINGTON – Behind a banner that read, “Bring The Troops Home Now,” and carrying upside down American flags as a signal of distress, war veterans and families of active duty soldiers marched on the White House...

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  • Profiting from a liberated Iraq

    Profiting from a liberated Iraq

    March 28, 2003

    While U.S. war aims are couched in terms of “liberating” Iraq, the Bush administration is already divvying up the spoils of war. Long before troops moved into Iraq – even before Bush put forward his 48-hour...

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  • Music, money and war: Dixie Chicks vs. Clear Channel

    Music, money and war: Dixie Chicks vs. Clear Channel

    March 28, 2003

    Perhaps since the dawn of time, music has been a means of political expression. A recent song, “Traveling Soldier,” by one of country music’s newest and biggest stars, the Dixie Chicks, continues that tradition. The song...

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  • Moore slams war at Oscars

    Moore slams war at Oscars

    March 28, 2003

    Michael Moore put it all out there for the world to see on Oscar night. Moore, who received a standing ovation from the assembled celebrities, invited the other nominees for best documentary film to join him...

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