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Editor's Message

Editor's Message

Something’s happening here…

Mayor Bloomberg may not see the war in Iraq as “a local issue,” but most reasonable people disagree.  From Cindy Sheehan’s Crawford to right here in our very own New York City, opposition to Mr. Bush’s war has never been greater. As United for Peace and Justice and the other organizers of the upcoming massive demonstration in D.C. have stated, “anti-war sentiment in the country has become the majority sentiment. The September 24 demonstration will be a vivid expression of this new political reality.”

What can we say, other than…peace out!

—The Rail

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2005

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