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mention of TPF in print in a book title

It's a "red-letter day": I came across the first mention of TPF in print in a book title today. Davis D Joyce (at least a few of you in the group have met him) mentions TPF on page 222 of his book on Zinn:
"The speaking Zinn was doing impacted even more people than attended his talks. For example, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 3 [2002], twenty people gathered under the auspices of the Tulsa Peace Fellowship to view a videotape of a Zinn lecture, "War, Terrorism, and the Media". Apparently filmed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in March [2002] (Zinn was introduced by Noam Chomsky of MIT), it provided the basis for a spirited discussion of how government and media have been known to misinform, and how the group might spread the word and become involved with others in promoting peaceful alternatives."

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