Army of None

Strategies to counter military recruitment, end war, and build a better world

Aimee Allison and David Solnit

Seven Stories Press, 2007

“Uniformed U.S. Army Officers lunch with students in elementary school cafeterias. Army training programs including rifle and pistol instruction replace physical education in middle schools. Like never before, military recruiters are entering the halls of U.S. schools with unchecked access in an attempt to bolster a military in crisis.”

This is a book from the heart of the vibrant counter recruitment movement in the United States. It looks at the many ways in which schools and communities have become targets for military recruiters and how those schools and communities have responded – with a powerful movement that seeks to resist the militarisation of young people.

The book is packed full of guides, tools, resources and strategies for community action and powerful stories of resistence.

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