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US Labor Against the War was founded at the onset of the War in Iraq out of concern for US policies, domestic and foreign, that impact negatively and severely on working people of America. It strives to inform and educate labor people about the consequences of the current government policy of Permanent War, which advances the interests of US Corporation at the expense of labor here and abroad. See the website for a copy of the Mission Statement, adopted by the National Labor Assembly for Peace in Chicago, October 25, 2003.
Among the website offerings are running clocks on expenses and casualties of the war, news items, notices, and action opportunities.
USLAW is located at P.O. Box 153, 1718 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
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