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"Rules of Disengagement describes acts of dissent from men and women who've served in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan, providing an urgently needed guide to GI resistance. A must read for everyone in today's military and for all those who support disengagement from illegitimate wars and occupations."<BR> --Camilo E. Mejia, Road from ar Ramadi: The Private Rebellion of Staff Sergeant Camilo Mejia<P>
"The horrors of Abu Ghraib would have been concealed were it not for the courage of a single principled American military guard who released photos on the Internet. That one incident reveals the vital importance of protecting and expanding the right to dissent among those who serve in our military. Marjorie Cohn and Kathleen Gilberd have provided heroic service in this book."<BR> --Tom Hayden, The Tom Hayden Reader and The Long Sixties<P>
"Future generations will point to the words and actions of the courageous military resisters who held the line in protecting our nation's dignity and democracy. This remarkable record of soldiers' stories is evidence of strident opposition to the crimes of the U.S. government and to the effort by those in uniform to reclaim their own humanity and tell their truth."<BR> --Aimee Allison, conscientious objector, and producer/host, The Morning Show, KPFA
A top notch read for those that think! I have not finished reading the entire book but would recommend this to those that know nothing of war and it's affects on the human sole.Published 10 months ago by ron
As an activist and attorney, I found this book to be very helpful and inspiring. Cohn and Gilbert strike the perfect balance between legal analysis, personal stories, historical... Read morePublished on August 18, 2009 by T. Cincotta
I'm lucky enough to have spoken to Marjorie Cohn several times on the air for a weekly radio show I host. Read morePublished on July 24, 2009 by Mark Bebawi