Has the U.S. Lost its Taste for Warfare?

Protesters march down towards the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. (USA), during the September 15, 2007 protest against the Iraq War. An estimated 100,000 people participated in the march. (photo: Ragesoss)

Rumors of War

“There is a wariness of interventionism and militarism overseas in the Congress. You have very thoughtful critics of this on both the Republican and Democratic side.” — Rep. Ro Khanna

Hyper-Realistic War Violence in the Media

Plentiful First-Hand Accounts of War

War-Certain Knowledge





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