A Just and Lasting Peace: The U.S. Peace Movement from the Cold War to Desert Storm

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Noble Press, 1991 - Peace movements - 344 pages
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Traces the development of the peace and justice movement in the U.S. and discusses public responses to U.S. involvement in conflicts in Central America, the Middle East, and South Africa

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Historical Background The Cold
Military Strategies and the Nuclear Arms Race
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