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The War Party never lacks for funding. We, on the other hand, must scrimp and beg for the resources to continue our vital educational work – and we just can't make it without your support. But we don't mind begging – because it's for a good cause, the best cause of all: the cause of peace. Please make your tax-deductible donation today.

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