Feature | March 18, 2023
Lessons of the anti-war movement: Mass action and labour strategy
The mass anti-war movement stopped the Canadian government from going to war in Iraq in 2003, and trained a new generation of activists in the process. It showed how ideas change in struggle, that anti-oppression must be at the heart of the movement, and that internationalism must be our guide. The movement also provided lessons in mass action and labour strategy.