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Nonviolence in America : a documentary history

Author: Staughton Lynd
Publisher: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, ©1966.
Series: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.)
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Lynd, Staughton.
Nonviolence in America.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1966]
(OCoLC)609860558
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Staughton Lynd
OCLC Number: 231456
Description: xlix, 535 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: [Part I] Quakers: First letter to the Delaware Indians / William Penn --
Journal / John Woolman --
Plea for the poor / John Woolman --
Letter to the President of the Continental Congress / Anthony Benezet --
[Part II] Abolitionists: Declaration of sentiments, 1838 / William Lloyd Garrison --
Christian non-resistance / Adin Ballou --
Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau --
Philosophy of the abolition movement / Wendell Phillips --
Passive resistance / Elihu Burritt --
[Part III] Anarchists: Speeches in court, 1886 / Michael Schwab and August Spies --
Relation of the state to the individual / Benjamin Tucker --
Anarchism: What it really stands for / Emma Goldman --
[Part IV] Progressives: Moral equivalent of war / William James --
Marx vs. Tolstoi / Clarence Darrow --
Letters from prison, 1917 / Suffragettes --
[Part V] Conscientious objectors, World War I: Statements of conscientious objection, 1917-1918 / Roger Baldwin and others --
Personal reactions during war / Jane Addams --
Atlanta prison, 1917 / Ammon Hennacy --
[Part VI] Trade unionists: Testimony before the industrial relations commission, 1915 / William Haywood --
Sit-down / Joel Seidman --
[Part VII] Conscientious objectors, World War II: Pacifist program in time of war, threatened war or fascism / Richard Gregg --
Why we refused to register / Donald Benedict and others --
Conscientious objectors in prison / Mulford Sibley and Asa Wardlaw --
[Part VIII] Direct Action for peace, post-World War II: Pilgrimage of a conscience / Maurice McCrackin --
Of holy disobedience / A.J. Muste --
"Why I am sailing into the Pacific bomb-test area" / Albert Bigelow --
Visible witness / Wilmer Young --
Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964: Discipline of nonviolence --
Peacewalkers' struggle in Albany, Georgia --
Letter by Ray Robinson --
Statement to Recorder's Court, Albany, Georgia --
Letter by Katherine Havice --
Declaration of conscience against the war in Vietnam --
[Part IX] Direct action for civil rights, post- World War II: Pilgrimage to nonviolence / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
CORE and SNCC statements of principle: CORE rules for action --
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, statement of purpose --
Jailed-in / Thomas Gaither --
In pursuit of freedom / William Mahoney --
Voter registration, southwest Mississippi, 1961: Walthall County Register / John Hardy --
Mississippi violence vs. human rights --
Statement from the Burgland High School students --
P.T.A. requests readmittance of students --
Statement by a high-school student --
Messaage from jail / Robert Moses --
Voter registration, southwest Georgia, 1961-1963: Handbill, Albany Nonviolent movement --
Statement by a high-school student --
Lee County report / Jack Chatfield --
Letters from Sumter County jail --
Birmingham Manifesto, 1963 --
Letter from Brmingham City Jail / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
Speech at March on Washington, 1963 / John Lewis --
Nonviolence on trial / Bayard Rustin: Speech to the Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1964 --
Harlem riot and nonviolence --
[Part X] Nonviolent revolution: Preservation of moral values in politics / Reinhold Niebuhr --
Future of nonviolence / David Dellinger.
Series Title: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.)
Responsibility: edited by Staughton Lynd.

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