Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement

Waging Peace The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement Scott Ritter former Marine and UN weapons inspector argues that there is a growing despondency amongst the anti war movement Ritter proposes the anti war movement seek guidance from sources they nor

  • Title: Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement
  • Author: Scott Ritter
  • ISBN: 9781568583280
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • Scott Ritter, former Marine and UN weapons inspector, argues that there is a growing despondency amongst the anti war movement Ritter proposes the anti war movement seek guidance from sources they normally spurn that one must study the enemy in order to learn the art of campaigning and of waging battles when necessary They need to understand the pro war movement s dScott Ritter, former Marine and UN weapons inspector, argues that there is a growing despondency amongst the anti war movement Ritter proposes the anti war movement seek guidance from sources they normally spurn that one must study the enemy in order to learn the art of campaigning and of waging battles when necessary They need to understand the pro war movement s decision making cycle, then undertake a comprehensive course of action.

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    1 thought on “Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement”

    1. This book expands on an earlier op-ed - alternet/bloggers/ritt - that challenged the anti-war movement for being so devoted to failure, impotence, futility, and feel-good nonsense. That’s a message the anti-war movement desperately needs to hear.This book, unfortunately, doesn’t add much that needs hearing. It’s slim: fewer than 200 pages, and half of those pages are filler (like the complete text of the U.S. Constitution, including a full list of signatories, and of the U.N. Charter — a [...]

    2. It's certainly an interesting read so far, cuz he totally criticizes the anti-war movement and how it can be improved. Apparently an article he wrote last year really pissed off some people for his criticisms. But he's so incredibly honest and straightforward with what works and what doesn't work. I love it when people just cut down to the chase and really break things down.

    3. Establishment figure disagrees with Bush Doctrine, writes short book intended to aid antiwar movement. Advocates organizing antiwar movement like the military or FEMA, in order to be more effective. Sort of bizarre and I thought it was nonsense even when I was a newbie to radical politics.

    4. Not a good book for a true seeker of peace, he thinks like a marine. That isn't an appropriate thought process for anyone but a marine. Interesting read

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