(20.) Quoted in Ilene Rose Feinman, Citizenship Rites: Feminist Soldiers and Feminist Antimilitarists
(New York: New York University Press, 2000), 34-35.
Despite their antimilitarist
beginnings, socialist parties in most of Europe supported both World Wars and then embraced much the same blend of social welfare, economic corporatism, and militarized internationalism that has defined the Democratic Party at least since FDR.
In her study of women antimilitarists
at the turn of the twentieth century, Mirella Scriboni brings to light the heretofore-undocumented history of women's involvement in the antimilitarist
movement of that time.
Bernie makes the ethno-ideological analogy implicit in referring to Jack's techno-headset as "a cross between an anteater and a German army helmet," and Roz reinforces the antimilitarist
sentiment in raising objections to Greg's having gone duck hunting with Jack: "Our people don't shoot ducks!"
His articles deploring occupational safety and workplace health hazards appeared in leftwing publications such as the antimilitarist
weekly La Guerre sociale (whose director was none other than Jean Vigo's father) and the Parti Communiste Francais daily, L'Humanite.
Bermejo Marcos was perceptive in drawing attention to the "antimilitarist
and pacifist denunciation that exposes the senselessness of all wars" in the Carlist novels (158).
The New School, founded by some antimilitarist
defectors from the then-conformist Columbia University at the end of the First World War, became the host campus for dozens of anti-Nazi refugee scholars in the succeeding decades.
She describes the origins of ecofeminism in the Antimilitarist
Nonviolent Direct Action Movement and gives a very detailed picture of the women and issues at stake in the development of WomenEarth and the WomenEarth Feminist Peace Institute.
Most bourgeois women tended to associate gender with a national vision that in certain cases was "panitaliana."--This seems Ginanni's case--Unlike bourgeois women, most working class women tended to embrace ideals rooted in an antimilitarist
radicalism and a classist massimalism (80).
ideology, consistently voted against any
Also, the interesting graphics from the syndicalist publication La Voix du Peuple leave the reader looking for more visual material from the plethora of antimilitarist
publications and public documents that the author effectively analyzes throughout the book.
movement was able to obtain his pardon in 1911.