Antimilitarism


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Antimilitarism

See also Peace, Peacemaking.
All Quiet on the Western Front
unromanticized novel of WWI and its unsung heroes. [Ger. Lit.: All Quiet on the Western Front]
Arjuna
called upon by duty to be a warrior, he refuses to join the fratricidal battle. [Hindu Lit.: The Bhagavad-Gita in Benét, 103]
Arms and the Man
satirizes romantic view of war. [Br. Lit.: Arms and the Man]
Farewell to Arms, A
novel of lovers who flee from war’s horrors. [Am. Lit.: A Farewell to Arms]
Quakers
known for service to peace. [Am. Hist.: EB, 7: 743–745]
Sherston, George
refuses to continue taking part in a war being wrongfully prolonged. [Br. Lit.: Memoirs of an Infantry Officer in Magill I, 579]
Undershaft, Barbara
fights her father’s involvement in munitions manufacture. [Br. Drama: Shaw Mayor Barbara in Magill III, 617]
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Some might like to see this as a deliberate inscription of the writer's antimilitarism, what's more certain is that it is a flagrant example of a recursive clinamen bending back on itself.
The term Herveisme was used in Nationalist circles as a synonym for antimilitarism, antipatriotism and pacifism.
The Anti-Federalists stood for decentralism, local democracy, antimilitarism, and a deep suspicion of central governments.
While changes in Japanese security practices have been dramatic in recent years, Oros (political science and international studies, Washington College) argues that there has been little change in Japan's security identity, which is an identity of domestic antimilitarism.
Many librarians accepted David Berninghausen's (1972) argument that SRRT-like advocacy on behalf of social and political issues such as "racial injustice and inequities," environmentalism, and antimilitarism went beyond their professional mandate (p.
Matsuda said some of the concerns are valid, and some are motivated by knee-jerk antimilitarism.
Harvey examines this genealogy carefully, pointing out that the antimilitarism typical of French occultism, for example, makes such links tenuous and doubtful.
These forms of discrimination in turn create opposing forces: nonviolence, feminism and antimilitarism.
Research has documented the significance of Greenham in relationship to changing patterns of feminist activism, antimilitarism, and how it catalyzed a wave of women's peace camps across the Western democracies (Roseneil, 1995; Junor, 1996).
She explores the shift that occurred in Labour's foreign policy in 1937 and how antimilitarism, a keystone of Labour policy in government, was abandoned in favour of rearmament on the eve of the Second World War.