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Guide to the Tamiment Library Web Archive (Labor and the Left): Peace Movements TAM.541

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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive

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This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on January 07, 2014

Descriptive Summary

 
Creator: Tamiment Library.
Title: Tamiment Library Web Archive (Labor and the Left): Peace Movements
Dates: 2007-present
Abstract: Historically, and today, the Left has played a leading role in peace activism. This has included opposition to wars based on their economic, imperial, racial, and other motivations, opposition to war as inconsistent with social and economic justice, and to war and violence as inherently dehumanizing. Since the development of nuclear weapons, the Left has also opposed their proliferation and rationales for their use. This web archive contains websites for entities opposing war and violence, whether in particular instances or in general, including pacifism, and also includes efforts in support of nuclear disarmament. NOTE: For technical, privacy and other reasons, archived websites may not be exact copies of the original website at the time of the web crawl.
Quantity: 49.0 websites and 278.4 GB.
Language of Materials note: Materials are in primarily in English
Call Phrase: TAM.541