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Veteran peace activist Martha Swan Photos:  Jimm Collin and St. Lawrence University
Veteran peace activist Martha Swan Photos: Jimm Collin and St. Lawrence University

One anti-Iraq War protestor says she didn't do enough

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Over the last decade, one of the most prominent anti-war protesters and peace-and-justice activists in the North Country has been Martha Swan.

Swan, who lives in Westport, heads an organization called "John Brown Lives."

She sat down this week to talk about the ten-year anniversary of the Iraq War with Brian Mann.

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Adirondack Bureau Chief

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I've moved on from Thursday afternoon vigils in front of the Grand Union...
They listened back to David Sommerstein's story about this early protests for and against the invasion.  

Swan says one of her most painful regrets is that she hasn't done more to oppose the war and raise awareness about its costs.

 

 

 

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