Friday, March 6, 1998

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  • Women in War and Peace

    Gulf War resistor Dr. Yolanda Huet-Vaughn made international headlines seven years ago after the military jailed her in Leavenworth for refusing to serve in the Gulf. This past year the Kansas State medical board reprimanded and fined her for her stand.

  • Three Voices and Faiths From Jerusalem

    The media’s coverage of war so often confuses more than it enlightens, particularly in the Middle East. Indeed, the spotlight on state leaders, like Benjamin Netanyahu or Yassir Arafat, hides the reality of war and what is really happening on the ground.

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