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against war or a particular war:
the antiwar movement of the 1960s.
Contemporary Examples

He still has nine more months in office and will use them to trumpet his antiwar positions and his passion for the working man.
What Sank Dennis Kucinich in Ohio Democratic Primary vs. Marcy Kaptur Mansfield Frazier, Larry Durstin March 7, 2012

Liberal bloggers and antiwar activists rallied behind his little-known opponent, Ned Lamont.
Joe Lieberman’s Slow-Motion Divorce From the Democratic Party Howard Kurtz July 17, 2012

As Sanford slinks away from the public eye, antiwar libertarians have lost their best hope of building a national movement.
We’ll Miss Mark Sanford Reihan Salam June 23, 2009

And those were the days of the civil-rights breakthroughs and the antiwar movement!
Occupy Wall Street Spawns Its First Books Jimmy So November 16, 2011

Still, it would be a mistake to underestimate the impact of the antiwar message from the right.
The New Antiwar Republicans Jill Lawrence June 30, 2011

Not one among the legions of pro- and antiwar hooting senators could find the time.
Vet Snub Shocks Families Leslie H. Gelb July 17, 2010

This was the antiwar crowd by way of Ayn Rand, organized under the banner of Young Americans for Liberty.
The War That Will Split the GOP John Avlon July 7, 2010

She has been arrested multiple times at antiwar protests around the country.
Roseanne Barr: Why You Should Vote for Me for President Abigail Pesta August 7, 2012

Historical Examples

The antiwar factions were not necessarily, however, users of violence.
The Day of the Confederacy Nathaniel W. Stephenson

The movement was headed by the left-wing Socialists, who attempted to correlate the antiwar movement with socialist propaganda.
Area Handbook for Bulgaria Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

opposed to war: the antiwar movement


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