How to End the War in Iraq

Lerner, Michael
March 2007
Tikkun (Duke University Press);Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p7
The author offers insights on ways to resolve the war in Iraq. He asserts that the passing of non-binding resolutions while funding the war is not an acceptable strategy to end the war. He emphasizes that a better approach to end the war is to provide a spiritual or ethical direction that focuses on moral issues. He cites the creation of an advertisement and a campaign that aim to present a spiritual vision of how the U.S. can disengage from the war in Iraq.


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