Protesting war as a way to keep government in line

WINSTED — While some people may think anti-war movements in America began in the 1960s during the Vietnam War era, these types of movements date back to World War I.

At his lecture at the Winsted Community Bookstore on Saturday, Jan. 26, David Blitz spoke about major figures in the early anti-war movements.

Blitz is the department chairman of philosophy and a professor at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.

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