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War, gardens, and military families

  • Subject: [cg] War, gardens, and military families
  • From: LTanenb50@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 16:06:11 EST

I am entirely against a war on Iraq - but am not against the human beings who will/must fight it should it happen.  There are alot of reasons not to wage this war and you can find some of them at www.internationalanswer.com and www.moveon.com.

I would think that community gardens on military bases would be a supportive social connect for families, to say nothing of the fresh food, or the chance to do some healthy labor in your own interest.   Laurie, Chicago

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