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by Scott Ritter
They need to understand the pro-war movement's decision-making cycle.
The anti-war movement could certainly stand to take itself and its goals more seriously
The anti-war movement could certainly stand to take itself and its goals more seriously. Scott Ritter’s insights in this regard, if condensed and collected onto both sides of a single sheet of paper, would still be legible and valuable. Oct 10, 2007 Matt Maldre rated it really liked it. Shelves: culture, books-i-own. It's certainly an interesting read so far, cuz he totally criticizes the anti-war movement and how it can be improved.
Ritter proposes the anti-war. Ritter is a true hero, and this book offers a critique of the anti-war. What Ritter does with this book is offer constructive criticism on how an antiwar movement can be effective. It would do good for those opposed to war to read this book, think it over and find common ground where the "strategies" could be helpful. A Pop in the Eye for the PW Pigs. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. Ritter is a true hero, and this book offers a critique of the anti-war movement that may be futile, but it's right on. There is a huge difference between the mind set of "Give Peace a Chance," and the mindset of "Wage Peace.
This is a clever useful book. The author understand that the war for the soul of America and for the stability of the rest of the world is about belief systems, and about capturing as many individual minds and hearts as possible. The extreme right is winning with ideological fantasy while the extreme left is losing in detail for lack of a message that can be adopted by the mainstream, which remains largely apathetic.
Scott Ritter, author of Target Iran and Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement, discusses the irrationality of Bush’s Iraq policy . Scott Ritter has had an extensive and distinguished career in government service.
Scott Ritter, author of Target Iran and Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement, discusses the irrationality of Bush’s Iraq policy, the Democrats betrayal of the Antiwar Left, Mitt Romney’s fit over ABC News’ reporting Cheney’s leak of the finding authorizing CIA action against Iran, the pretext of Iran’s nuclear program as the excuse to bomb. He is an intelligence specialist with a 12-year career in the . Marine Corps including assignments in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East.
Scott Ritter was interviewed before an audience about his book, Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement. He was interviewed by Professor Miller. Ritter criticized the antiwar movement in the . arguing that it should look to military strategists like Sun Tzu and John Boyd to help it end the Iraq War. After their discussion, Ritter responded to audience members' questions.
An anti-war movement (also antiwar) is a social movement, usually in opposition to a particular nation's decision to start or carry on an armed conflict, unconditional of a maybe-existing just cause. The term anti-war can also refer to pacifism, which is the opposition to all use of military force during conflicts, or to anti-war books, paintings, and other works of art. Many activists distinguish between anti-war movements and peace movements.
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