Friends Journal has finally gotten around to reviewing American Quaker War Tax Resistance, briefly anyway.
I unfortunately released the book during a lull in the magazine’s interest in the topic of war tax resistance (which may correspond to a similar lull in the Society of Friends generally), and it looked for a long while as though they weren’t going to consider the book worthy of mention at all, so I’m pleased to know their readers will learn about it after all.
In other war tax resistance news:
- War tax resisters Susan Cundiff and Peg Morton were on Jefferson Public Radio in Oregon to explain how and why people refuse to pay taxes for war. You can hear a recording at this link.
- The Nuclear Resister covers the case of war tax resister Joseph Olejak who was recently convicted of federal criminal charges for his resistance.
- Erica Weiland of NWTRCC spoke at a conference on “Economic Disobedience: Taking Action to Challenge the Status Quo.”