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Peace activist Martha Swan
Peace activist Martha Swan

As Questions Are Raised, A Quiet Peace Movement Speaks Up

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A small group of protestors gathered Thursday in Elizabethtown, hoping to raise questions about the U.S. war in Iraq. Before the fighting began, there was a thriving anti-war movement in the North Country. Activists have been quiet for weeks. Brian Mann spoke with organizer Martha Swan about the reasons for speaking up again now.

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