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"He told us that as long as our movement kept up its demonstrations, the US. would have to hold back from using its atomic bombs, and could not win the war without them."
Anti-war efforts are always needed. It's important they become part of "wider political activism." Today it's essential. "Mobe" and similar efforts helped end the Vietnam War. Something similar today can work again.
It's never easy, quick, or without dangers. Unless people try, conditions are sure to worsen. Inaction guarantees "more misery" for most people. It also assures eventual "war (to) end all." If that's not motivation enough to act, what is?
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