Anti-War Movement

(Peace Not War)

1. A social movement, usually against a certain nation's decision to start or carry on an armed conflict, without a just cause.

2. Also known as pacifism, which is the opposition to all use of military force during conflicts.

3. Anti-war activists work through protest and other grassroot means to attempt to persuade a government(s) to put an end to a specific war or conflict.

4. The anti-war movement is not necessarily opposed to national defense. Pacifists are against all war, but anti-war activists may be opposed to only a particular war or wars.

5. In order to create organized, determined, and principled opposition to war, peace-centered activists have often founded anti-war organizations.

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Poster persuading other to join the Anti-war movement.
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Anti-war cartoon for peace.
I chose the pictures that were intriguing to me. The Anti-war movement supported peace instead of violence and I find it pretty rad that a large group of people went and protested for peace.