New Op-ed: “Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration”

The folks at freethepeople.org were nice enough to publish my latest op-ed: “Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration.” It argues that today’s antiwar political environment resembles that of the late Interwar Period. Furthermore, it argues that today’s antiwar movements have a historic opportunity for collaboration as they are unlikely to be driven apart from establishment narratives about America’s role in the world.

Give it a read and a share.

Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration (freethepeople.org)

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