Dissent During War

For many who oppose a U.S.-led war in Iraq, dissent is the truest form of patriotism. And the closer we get to war, the louder their protest. But what happens once the fighting starts? Join host Neal Conan and guests for a look at war and the balance between loyalty and dissent.


Eric Gustafson
*One of co-founders of Veterans for Common Sense
*Executive director of EPIC (Education for Peace in Iraq Center)

Tom Andrews
*National Director of the Win Without War Coalition
*Former congressman from Maine

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
*Republican representative from California

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