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News Stories: Historians Against the War (HAW) February 2006 Conference, Universty of Texas, Austin

Judy Atkins: Historians Against the War ... Highlights from their Weekend Conference (HAW)

Jacob Laksin: Historians Against the War: Upbraided for statements made during an anti-war conference (frontpagemag.com)

Jim O'Brien: Historians Target Iraq War (Nation)

Anti-War Forum Discusses History (Daily Texan)

Articles & Excerpts

Kanan Makiya: Iraq’s Democratic Prospects

Michael Schwartz: Does the Media Have It Right on the War?

Juan Cole: Top Ten Catastrophes of the Third Year of American Iraq

Ted Morgan: Algeria and Iraq: Yes, There Are Parallels

J. R. Kerr-Ritchie: 7/7 and the War in Iraq

Norman Solomon: War-Loving Pundits

Joan Hoff: How Bush Confuses Virtue and Viciousness

Alan Dawley: Why Peace Movements Are Important

Staughton Lynd and Carl Mirra: I Am a Revisionist Historian

Huibin Amee Chew: Why the War is Sexist (And Why We Can’t Ignore Gender Anymore)

Richard F. Miller: Reporting from Baghdad: Why Hasn't There Been a Civil War?

Richard Striner: Wartime Leadership: The First Republican President Versus The Latest

Tom Engelhardt: Why does the Iraq war not have an official name?