editorial--blessed are the peacemongers

Hein, John
March 2003
ScotsGay Magazine;Mar2003, Issue 50a, p3
Editorial. Discusses demonstrations in Scotland against the war in Iraq. Concerns of the demonstrators regarding the children in the Iraq; Details on the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq; Criticisms on the objectives of the war.


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