For peace in a time of permanent war

June 2011
Green Left Weekly;6/29/2011, Issue 885, p7
The article focuses on the Peace Convergence called by activists for war preparation, resists war, and subservience to the death culture in the U.S. as a response to the involvement of 22,000 Australian and U.S. troops in the annual Talisman Sabre military exercises on June 22, 2011.


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