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The Decline and Rise of Anti-War Movements in Relation to their Policies - Why some Demands find wide public support while others are received like wet fish

1988.0048.0022

The Decline and Rise of Anti-War Movements in Relation to their Policies - Why some Demands find wide public support while others are received like wet fish

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A conference paper written by R Barnes, titled "The Decline and Rise of Anti-War Movements in Relation to their Policies - Why some Demands find wide public support while others are received like wet fish", for the National Anti-War Conference.

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