Freedom Underground: Protesting the Iraq War in America

TitleFreedom Underground: Protesting the Iraq War in America
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsRising-Moore, Carl, and Becky Oberg
Number of Pages168
PublisherChamberlain Bros.
CityNew York

In the United States, the Iraq war was an incredibly divisive and destructive issue, not only in the political arena but with  soldiers serving in the Armed Forces. In this memoir, the author, a peace activist, records his efforts helping suicidal servicemen flee across the Canadian border to avoid deployment to Iraq. This memoir recounts two of these border crossings and the futures of many other soldiers who enlisted the author's help.

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