Previous   Next

What effect do war protests have?

Asked at Dillons, 1740 Mass. on February 15, 2003

Browse the archives

“It’s hard to say. I’m not sure they really have that much effect, but it’s obviously people’s right to go out and do that.”

“It definitely throws a major focus on the Iraqi war possibility, but I am behind Bush 100 percent. … America has to be behind the president for the long haul.”

“Positive because it seems to be one of the things people actually hear, but it seems negative because people who want it to happen don’t want to hear it and it causes conflict within ourselves.”

“It gets people’s attention and makes them really question the necessity of an action like that. As far as physically stopping a war, I don’t know that it does anything like that.”


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.