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Gandhi and Beyond

Gandhi and Beyond Author David Cortright
ISBN-10 9781317264873
Release 2015-12-03
Pages 296
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Is there room for nonviolence in a time of conflict and mass violence exacerbated by economic crisis? Drawing on the legend and lessons of Gandhi, Cortright traces the history of nonviolent social activism through the twentieth century to the civil rights movement, the Vietnam era, and up to the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Gaza. Gandhi and Beyond offers a critical evaluation and refinement of Gandhi's message, laying the foundation for a renewed and deepened dedication to nonviolence as the universal path to social progress. In the second edition of this popular book, a new prologue and concluding chapter situate the message of nonviolence in recent events and document the effectiveness of nonviolent methods of political change. Cortright's poignant "Letter to a Palestinian Student" points toward a radical new strategy for achieving justice and peace in the Middle East. This book offers pathways of hope not only for a new American presidential administration but for the world.



Gandhi and Beyond

Gandhi and Beyond Author David Cortright
ISBN-10 1594512655
Release 2006
Pages 265
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Is there room for nonviolence in an age of terrorism? Longtime peace activist and authority on creative nonviolence David Cortright makes a strong case for the need for nonviolent action now more than ever. Drawing on the legend and lessons of Gandhi, Cortright traces the history of nonviolent social activism through the early 20th century to the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam era, and up to the present war in Iraq. This book offers a critical evaluation and refinement of Gandhi's message, laying the foundation for a renewed and deepened dedication to nonviolence as the universal path to social progress and antidote to terrorism.--From publisher description.



Curtailing Corruption

Curtailing Corruption Author Shaazka Beyerle
ISBN-10 1626370524
Release 2014
Pages 325
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"Explores how millions of people around the world have refused to be victims of corruption and become instead the protagonists of successful nonviolent civic movements to gain accountability and promote positive political, social, and economic change."--Publishers website



Political Violence in Ancient India

Political Violence in Ancient India Author Upinder Singh
ISBN-10 9780674975279
Release 2017
Pages 616
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Foundation -- Transition -- Maturity -- War -- The wilderness



The Gandhian Moment

The Gandhian Moment Author Ramin Jahanbegloo
ISBN-10 9780674074859
Release 2013-03-19
Pages 196
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The father of Indian independence, Gandhi was also a political theorist who challenged mainstream ideas. Sovereignty, he said, depends on the consent of citizens willing to challenge the state nonviolently when it acts immorally. The culmination of the inner struggle to recognize one’s duty to act is the ultimate “Gandhian moment.”



Troublemakers or peacemakers

Troublemakers or peacemakers Author Siobhán McEvoy-Levy
ISBN-10 0268034931
Release 2006
Pages 338
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Explores the contributions of youth as political activists, soldiers, criminals, economic actors, peace activists, and community-builders.



Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi Author Dennis Dalton
ISBN-10 9780231159593
Release 2012
Pages 311
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This book moves from the birth of Gandhi's method of nonviolent resistance in South Africa to an in-depth analysis of two of his signal triumphs: the civil disobedience movement of 1930 and his historic Calcutta fast of 1947. Dalton concluded with a comparison of Gandhi to Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.



Love and Struggle

Love and Struggle Author David Gilbert
ISBN-10 9781604863192
Release 2012
Pages 336
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David Gilbert arrived at Columbia University just in time for the explosive Sixties. From the early anti-Vietnam war protests to the founding of SDS, Gilbert was on the scene: as organiser, theoretician and, above all, activist. Writing from a maximum security prison following the disaster of the 1982 Brinks robbery, he recounts the Weather Underground movement in this extraordinary memoir. Written with candour and humour, this is an uncompromising and reflective account of the Sixties and beyond.



Violence Nonviolence and the Palestinian National Movement

Violence  Nonviolence  and the Palestinian National Movement Author Wendy Pearlman
ISBN-10 9781139503051
Release 2011-10-24
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Why do some national movements use violent protest and others nonviolent protest? Wendy Pearlman shows that much of the answer lies inside movements themselves. Nonviolent protest requires coordination and restraint, which only a cohesive movement can provide. When, by contrast, a movement is fragmented, factional competition generates new incentives for violence and authority structures are too weak to constrain escalation. Pearlman reveals these patterns across one hundred years in the Palestinian national movement, with comparisons to South Africa and Northern Ireland. To those who ask why there is no Palestinian Gandhi, Pearlman demonstrates that nonviolence is not simply a matter of leadership. Nor is violence attributable only to religion, emotions or stark instrumentality. Instead, a movement's organizational structure mediates the strategies that it employs. By taking readers on a journey from civil disobedience to suicide bombings, this book offers fresh insight into the dynamics of conflict and mobilization.



Poetry Protest

Poetry   Protest Author Aisha Karim
ISBN-10 1931859221
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 414
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Dennis Brutus, imprisoned along with Nelson Mandela, is known worldwide for his unparalleled eloquence as an opponent of the apartheid South African regime. Since its fall, he has been a voice for global justice and humanity, speaking and writing extensively on issues of debt, poverty, war, racism and neoliberalism. This vital original collection of interviews, poetry and essays is the first book of its kind to bring together the full, forceful range of his work.



Gandhi Churchill

Gandhi   Churchill Author Arthur Herman
ISBN-10 PSU:000066375715
Release 2009-04
Pages 721
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A dual portrait of Winston Churchill and Mahatma Gandhi describes their forty-year struggle against each other for the future of Indian independence, detailing their influence on each other, as well as their lasting legacy for the British empire.



Governance for Peace

Governance for Peace Author David Cortright
ISBN-10 9781108415934
Release 2017-08-31
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An evidence-based analysis of governance focusing on the institutional capacities and qualities that reduce the risk of armed conflict.



Acts of Conscience

Acts of Conscience Author Joseph Kip Kosek
ISBN-10 9780231144193
Release 2011
Pages 352
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In response to the massive bloodshed that defined the twentieth century, American religious radicals developed a modern form of nonviolent protest, one that combined Christian principles with new uses of mass media. Greatly influenced by the ideas of Mohandas Gandhi, these "acts of conscience" included sit-ins, boycotts, labor strikes, and conscientious objection to war. Beginning with World War I and ending with the ascendance of Martin Luther King Jr., Joseph Kip Kosek traces the impact of A. J. Muste, Richard Gregg, and other radical Christian pacifists on American democratic theory and practice. These dissenters found little hope in the secular ideologies of Wilsonian Progressivism, revolutionary Marxism, and Cold War liberalism, all of which embraced organized killing at one time or another. The example of Jesus, they believed, demonstrated the immorality and futility of such violence under any circumstance and for any cause. Tracing the rise of militant nonviolence across a century of industrial conflict, imperialism, racial terror, and international warfare, Kosek recovers radical Christians' remarkable stance against the use of deadly force, even during World War II and other seemingly just causes. His research sheds new light on an interracial and transnational movement that posed a fundamental, and still relevant, challenge to America's political and religious mainstream.



Gandhi

Gandhi Author G. B. Singh
ISBN-10 UOM:39015061750082
Release 2004
Pages 355
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Only in this informed manner can we reach our own conclusions about the meaning of a person's contributions to society. Unfortunately, the body of literature about Gandhi is of such immense proportion that to wade through it to find the real Gandhi - the man in his own words, as well as in the words of those closest to him - is an almost impossible task.".



The British National Bibliography

The British National Bibliography Author Arthur James Wells
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105211722678
Release 2009
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The British National Bibliography has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The British National Bibliography also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The British National Bibliography book for free.



Nehru

Nehru Author Judith M. Brown
ISBN-10 9781317874768
Release 2014-06-17
Pages 224
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Judith Brown explores Nehru as a figure of power and provides an assessment of his leadership at the head of a newly independent India with no tradition of democratic politics.



David Dellinger

David Dellinger Author Andrew E. Hunt
ISBN-10 9780814736388
Release 2006-05
Pages 346
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"His instrumental role in the creation of Liberation magazine in 1956 launched him onto the national stage. Writing regular essays for the influential radical monthly on the arms race and the Civil Rights movement, he became, in Abbie Hoffman's words, the father of the antiwar movement and the architect of the 1968 demonstrations in Chicago. He remained active in anti-war causes until his death on May 25, 2004 at age 88.".