Examples of peacenik in a Sentence
peaceniks argued that all the nonmilitary options had not been exhausted
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The real story began with Daniel Ellsberg, the Marine turned government researcher turned clandestine peacenik who first gave the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times.
Their appearances feel elegiac in the wake of the election, serving not to remind the reader of a lost radical past but to underscore just how far from radicalism so many former peaceniks have come.
As Labour’s hopes of winning the election — or at least denying May a big majority — rise, Corbyn has tried to dispel his image as a peacenik.
Still new to office and with a reputation as something of a peacenik, Obama was susceptible to this pressure.
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