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The War to End All Wars

Length: 179 pages2 hours


In 1917, as the United States entered the Great War, a family of tenant farmers is drawn into a minor rebellion roiling rural Oklahoma. Anarchists, free market socialists, war resisters, evangelical preachers and misfit ne'er-do-wells band together for one brief, desperate, doomed fight they cannot win. Examines the economic, social, religious and racial class divisions and constraints of the day. Strong language (racial). Loosely based on actual events.

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