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An Army of None: Strategies to Counter Military Recruitment, End War, and…

by David Solnit, Aimee Allison

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More value for the people of the US, but has plenty to offer to ourselves in GB: the book is based upon the way in which the youth of America are "persuaded" to join the military and tactics for enlightening them to the logic of following a different path.

This, in itself, is enough to make a good book, but the technique of education can be adapted to almost any situation of disagreement with the ruling regime. The book is well written and laid out, making it useful, not only to read, but also as a reference work. A book that I am pleased to add to my modest library. ( )
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