We have assumed the name of peacemakers, but we have been, by and large, unwilling to pay any significant price. And because we want peace with half a heart, and half a life and will, the war, of course, continues, because the waging of war, by its very nature, is total—but the waging of peace, by our cowardice, is partial. . . . Of course, let us have the peace, we cry, but at the same time let us have normalcy, let us lose nothing, let our lives stand intact, let us know neither prison nor ill repute nor disruption of ties. — Daniel Berrigan