Eno, Brian, et al. Not One More Death (New York: Verso, 2006)
I can think of two good reasons to buy this little anti-war book:
1) All royalties go to the Stop the War coalition, and
2) You may never find Brian Eno, Richard Dawkins, and John le Carre between the same covers ever again.
Not One More Death won't change the world--or even your mind, most likely--but the writers have made an effort in the right direction. Here's my Quote of the Day:
We writers operate on the assumption that language matters. And then we're endlessly slapped in the face wit evidence that it doesn't. Actions speak louder. And violent actions speak loudest of all. (p. 63, Michael Faber, "Dreams in the Dumpster, Language Down the Drain")