October 9, 2002

THE ANTIWAR EFFORT isn’t getting off to much of a start at Williams College. Worse yet, the Chaplain seems to be, well, lying:

For his part, Spalding said his intention was never to advance his partisan goal, but rather to help Williams students get in contact with key Senators to express their opinions on the war with Iraq – whatever those opinions might be.

Gundersen, however, questions why Spalding only contacted the SSJ if he was truly interested in opening the event to both sides of the discussion. “It seems to reveal the true purpose that only one organization with a predictable point of view was contacted,” Gundersen said.

That’s real moral leadership. This seems to tie in with what Donald Sensing says about the moral seriousness of antiwar religious efforts.

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