Saying “No” to War

From Boston to Washington, D.C. to Madison, Wisconsin, We Hear From Howard Zinn, Medea Benjamin and Others

Democracy Now! • October 29, 2002

ZINN: To go to war means that you do not consider the lives of other people as important as the live of people in your country. It means that you don’t consider that the children of Iraq have an equal right to life as our children… It’s important to confront that, and to confront other people with that.

(Zinn segment starts at 47:35 and ends at 51:25)

SOURCE: Democracy Now! • October 29, 2002

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