I Ainât Marching Anymore: Dissenters, Deserters & Objectors to Americaâs Wars (The New Press, 2020). I Ain't Marching Anymore From The New Press and journalist Chris Lombardi comes I Ain't Marching Anymore, "a highly original book, at once scholarly and intimate," and "A valuable addition to any personal library." sort form. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Posted on November 6, 2020 âFortress on a Hillâ hosts Danny Sjursen, Chris âHenriâ Henriksen, and John Kerry speak with Chris Lombardi, editor at Democratic Left Online. View by: Highest Rated; Most Recent; Oldest First +3. Coming off of his second record of the same name in â¦ âI Ainât Marching Anymore: Dissenters, Deserters, and Objectors to Americaâs Warsâ Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.) Released as the A-side of a British 45, it had previously appeared in the United States on the 1976 compilation Chords of Fame and the 1997 box set Farewells & Fantasies , â¦ i ain't marching anymore DISSENTERS, DESERTERS, AND OBJECTORS TO AMERICAâS WARS by Chris Lombardi â§ RELEASE DATE: Nov. 10, 2020 G Am F Em yes i even killed my brothers and so many others C Am D so i ain't a marching anymore G C D for i marched to the battles of the german trench G C D in a war that was bound to end all wars G Am F Em and i must have killed a million men and now they want me back again C Am D but i ain't a marching anymore. I Ainât Marching Anymore book. Recommended by both Kirkus and Publishers Weekly, which calls it "a well-researched and wide-ranging history of Americaâs 'soldier-dissenters' and their efforts toâ¦ I Ain't Marching Anymore song meanings Add your thoughts 6 Comments. General CommentPhil Ochs should have been huge and this song is a prime example of how ahead of his time he was. "I Ain't Marching Any More" (sometimes titled "I Ain't Marchin' Anymore" or "I Ain't A-Marching Anymore") is an anti-war song by Phil Ochs, a U.S. protest singer from the 1960s known for being a passionate critic of the American military industrial complex. I Ain t Marching Anymore would become the song used at countless protests and rallies during the decade that was the Vietnam War. On the 2001 CD reissue, an alternative electric version of "I Ain't Marching Anymore" follows "Here's to the State of Mississippi". âWith I Ainât Marching Anymore, Chris Lombardi has given us both a thorough history of military dissent going back to the American Revolution and a vivid series of wartime set pieces that bring these dissenters to life. Editorsâ Notes If one wanted to own just one album to represent the political-protest folk-song movement of Greenwich Village in the '60s, Phil Ochs' I Ain't Marching Any More is among the best representations of that time and place.