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United States of Peace (Last reviewed on April 28, 1995)

While it took close to 200 years, an official U.S. peace office was finally created in 1984 when President Ronald Reagan signed the United States Institute of Peace Act. The official mandate of the United States Institute of Peace is "to support the development, transmission, and use of knowledge to promote peace and curb violent international conflict." From the homepage, visitors can learn about the Institute's public outreach programs, such as the National Peace Essay Contest, the Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowships, and the in-house magazine, PeaceWatch, which is published five times a year. A particularly helpful resource for persons interested in peace and conflict research is the Jeannette Rankin Library homepage, which is also available here. Visitors can learn about online collections that include a number of helpful annotated weblinks for such timely topics as Iraq, terrorism, and U.S. human rights policy.
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  • https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/ScoutReport/2005/scout-050114#5
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November 30th, 1999
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January 13th, 2005 at 12:19pm
Date Of Record Release
January 20th, 2005 at 1:49pm
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