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Topic: Anti-War Sentiment

Anti-war sentiment refers to opposition or resistance to war and military involvement, often driven by moral, political, or pacifist beliefs.

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The podcast episodes provided explore anti-war sentiment in the context of American POWs during the Korean War who were swayed by Communist ideologies and chose to defect and live in China (Turncoats: The American POWs Who Joined Their Captors) as well as the anti-war stance and opposition to U.S. involvement in World War I and World War II by Senator Ernest Lundeen, whose mysterious death is dramatized in the episode (Episode 1: Trip 19).

These episodes delve into the motivations and justifications behind the individuals' anti-war perspectives, including their critiques of U.S. imperialism and the broader social and political contexts that shaped their views.

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