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Nonviolence in America : a documentary history

Author: Staughton Lynd; Alice Lynd
Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1995.
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Nonviolence in America.
Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, c1995
(OCoLC)622795051
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Staughton Lynd; Alice Lynd
ISBN: 1570750130 9781570750137 1570750106 9781570750106
OCLC Number: 31606442
Description: xlvi, 530 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Quakers. 1. William Penn, First Letter to the Delaware Indians. 2. John Woolman --
Pt. II. Abolitionists. 3. William Lloyd Garrison, "Declaration of Sentiments, 1838" 4. Adin Ballou, Christian Non-Resistance. 5. Henry David Thoreau, "Civil Disobedience" 6. Elihu Burritt, "Passive Resistance" --
Pt. III. Anarchists. 7. Michael Schwab and August Spies, Speeches in Court, 1886. 8. Emma Goldman, "Anarchism: What It Really Stands For" 9. William Haywood, Testimony Before The Industrial Relations Commission, 1915 --
Pt. IV. Progressives. 10. William James, "The Moral Equivalent of War" 11. Clarence Darrow, Crime and Punishment. 12. Suffragettes, Letters from Prison, 1917 --
Pt. V. Conscientious Objectors, World War I. 13. Jane Addams, "Personal Reactions During War" 14. Roger Baldwin and Others, Statements of Conscientious Objection, 1917-1918. 15. Prisoners for Peace --
Pt. VI. Trade Unionism Between the Wars. 16. A. J. Muste, "The Lawrence Strike of 1919" 17. Joel Seidman, Sit-Down. 18. John Sargent, A Union without a Contract --
Pt. VII. Conscientious Objectors, World War II. 19. Donald Benedict and Others, Why We Refused to Register. 20. William Stafford, "The Battle of Anapamu Creek" 21. Mulford Sibley and Asa Wardlaw, Conscientious Objectors in Prison --
Pt. VIII. Direct Action for Peace, Post-World War II. 22. Maurice McCrackin, "Pilgrimage of a Conscience" 23. Albert Bigelow, "Why I Am Sailing into the Pacific Bomb-Test Area" 24. Wilmer Young, Visible Witness. 25. Barbara Deming, "Southern Peace Walk: Two Issues or One?" 26. Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964 --
Pt. IX. Direct Action for Civil Rights, Post-World War II. 27. Martin Luther King, Jr., "Pilgrimage to Nonviolence" 28. CORE and SNCC, Statements of Principle. 29. Thomas Gaither, Jailed-In. 30. William Mahoney, "In Pursuit of Freedom" 31. Voter Registration, Mississippi and Georgia. 32. Birmingham, Alabama --
Pt. X. The Vietnam War. 33. We Won't Go. 34. The Pentagon, October 1967. 35. Ultra Resistance. 36. Soldiers Against War --
Pt. XI. A New Catholicism. 37. Dorothy Day. 38. Letter from Father Thomas Merton to James Forest. 39. James W. Douglass, The White Train. 40. Shelley Douglass, "A World Where Abortion Is Unthinkable" 41. Helen Prejean, Dead Man Walking --
Pt. XII. Nonviolent Trade Unionism. 42. Cesar Chavez. 43. Jim Sessions and Fran Ansley, "Singing Across Dark Spaces: The Union/Community Takeover of the Pittston Coal Company's Moss 3 Coal Preparation Plant" --
Pt. XIII. Anti-Imperialism. 44. David Dellinger, "The Future of Nonviolence" 45. Barbara Deming, "On Revolution and Equilibrium" 46. The Trial of the Winooski 44. 47. Sanctuary. 48. Brian Willson, "The Tracks" 49. Sharon Hostetler, Witness for Peace --
Pt. XIV. The Gulf War. 50. Statements Refusing Military Service. 51. Ramsey Clark, "Letter to Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar" 52. Howard Zinn, "Just and Unjust Wars" --
Pt. XV. Healing Global Wounds. 53. Seabrook. 54. Judi Bari, "The Feminization of Earth First!" 55. Western Shoshone Nation and the Global Anti-Nuclear Alliance. 56. Simon J. Ortiz, "This America Has Been a Burden"
Responsibility: edited by Staughton Lynd and Alice Lynd.

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