Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
Greek and Roman writers on war and peace
Plato: All wars arise for the sake of gaining money
Plato: A good city has peace, but the evil city is full of wars within and without
Plato: The highest good is not war but peace
Plato: No true statesman looks only, or first of all, to external warfare
Plato: Socrates on the eulogizing of war heroes
Plato: They both hate and are hated. Silver and gold and war.
Plato: The tyrant is always stirring up war, the oligarchy uses force of arms to gain power
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