Tom Andrews

National Director, Win Without War

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National Director of Win Without War, a coalition of national organizations advocating a multilateral approach to counter terrorism; former Democratic Congressman from Maine

Tom Andrews on KCRW

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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Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's  deployment of more than…

House of Representatives Begins Debating the Iraq Buildup

Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's deployment of more than…

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