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Social Welfare Versus Raytheon

by Rami Derbel 51.28 million vaccines 846.8 thousand children receiving medical care 556.3 thousand adults receiving medical care 189.5 thousand veterans receiving medical care 227.4 thousand units of public housing 3.2 million houses with solar energy 3.4 million houses with wind power 27 thousand clean […]

MAPA Annual Meeting
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MAPA Members Chart Path for 2022

by Cole Harrison and Brian Garvey Over 150 MAPA members gathered online to chart the organization’s path in 2022 in a two-part annual meeting on April 26 and May 3  Co-chair Jonathan King opened the meeting by requesting a moment of silence in memory of […]

James A. Babson
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Tribute to James A. Babson

by Shelagh Foreman and Yeva Khranovska Jamie Babson was an important member of Massachusetts Peace Action since the 1970s and a member of our Board of Directors since its inception.   He was committed to building Massachusetts Peace Action and made a lasting impact on the […]

No New Cold War

Can sanctions ever be just — let alone effective?

 *First published by Fellowship of Reconciliation* As a result of its brutal invasion of Ukraine, Russia is now the most sanctioned country in the world, leading one former Obama administration Treasury official to describe the situation as “financial nuclear war.” Western European countries, however, depend […]