Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Robert L. Ivie.|
|LC Classifications||JZ5584.U6 I85 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007019757|
"In this broad-ranging and compelling book, Ivie challenges the ways we marginalize both dissent from war and peacemaking efforts in general. Dissent from War not only helps us to see the road not taken, but also offers some useful signs for getting there."—George Cheney, University of Utah. Dissent from war. [Robert L Ivie] -- "Ivie, a former US Navy petty officer, puts a microscope to the language of war supporters throughout history and follows the lives and memories of soldiers and anti-war activists who have dealt with. American voices of dissent; the book from XXI century, a film by Gabriele Zamparini and Lorenzo Meccoli. American Visual Cultures. Government, politics, and protest; essential primary sources. Voices of protest; documents of courage and dissent. Constitutional law. 3d ed. Informed by this rich body of work on war rhetoric in contemporary American history, Ivie's Dissent from War is a timely and important call from a pillar in the field for more robust dissent. In the new millennium, war [End Page ] has not punctuated an existing peace, but rather, Empire has begun to look more like the American zeitgeist. Ivie's book looks at how this has happened by analyzing the .
“The Verso Book of Dissent shows the many ways in which the constant struggle to create a better world has broken through the walls of apathy and acquiescence.”. —Noam Chomsky. “A delightful anthology to dip into if you are or have ever been /5(4). Breaking Ranks: Dissent and the Military Professional. There are circumstances under which a military officer is not only justified but also obligated to disobey a legal order. In supporting this assertion, I discuss where the tipping point lies between the military officer's customary obligation to obey and his moral obligation to dissent. This blog, the last in the series, addresses the Vietnam War and the complexity of opinions that swirled around US involvement then - controversy that continues to effect some people today. The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, in partnership with Warrior Writers, currently is implementing a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that consists of a. Titled The Great Dissent: How Oliver Wendell Holmes Changed His Mind-- and Changed the History of Free Speech in America, the book is a fascinating glimpse into an art that seems lost in .
The rhetorical presumption of war's necessity makes violence regrettable, but seemingly sane, and functions to shame anyone who opposes military action. Ivie proposes that the presence of dissent is actually a healthy sign of democratic citizenship, and a responsible and productive act, which has been dangerously miscast as a threat to national security. Ivie, a former US Navy petty officer. When a book like Narratives of Dissent appears, we realize that we have been waiting for it for years. This collection of essays explores not only the many obvious representations of war and conflict in Israel but also those that tend to fall under the radar of scholarly studies. The rhetorical presumption of war's necessity makes violence regrettable, but seemingly sane, and functions to shame anyone who opposes military action. The author proposes that the presence of dissent is actually a healthy sign of democratic citizenship, and a responsible act, which has been dangerously miscast as a threat to national security. Protecting the Freedom to Dissent During War. Stone has written an important, indeed necessary, book on a freedom indispensable, as Justice Louis D. Brandeis put it, to "the discovery and.