Voices of a People's History
Voices of a People's History

TEACHING GUIDE – CHAPTER 14 – “PROTESTING THE FIRST WORLD WAR”

Evocative primary source documents are especially important to our discussions of World War I. While any analysis of the war “to make the world safe for democracy” demonstrates the downward spiral into militaristic violence that ushered in a century of unparallel destruction, most traditional discussions are devoid of antiwar voices and actions

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