Ben White

Junior, University of Wisconsin at Madison

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Junior the University of Wisconsin at Madison, majoring in political science and sociology, and author of an op-ed article in the campus' Badger Herald on the lack of campus action on the way in Iraq

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The University of Wisconsin was a hotbed of protest during the Vietnam War.  Today, the war in Iraq has divided Americans almost as much, but you wouldn’t know that by visiting the…

America in Wartime: Who's Making the Sacrifices?

The University of Wisconsin was a hotbed of protest during the Vietnam War.  Today, the war in Iraq has divided Americans almost as much, but you wouldn’t know that by visiting the…

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Anti-war protests are being prepared for this weekend, but they may be only a shadow of the demonstrations against the war in Vietnam.

Why Aren't Americans More Directly Engaged in the Iraq War?

Anti-war protests are being prepared for this weekend, but they may be only a shadow of the demonstrations against the war in Vietnam.

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