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Nonviolence : twenty-five lessons from the history of a dangerous idea

Author: Mark Kurlansky
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 2006.
Series: Modern Library chronicles.
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"Nonviolence is a sweeping yet concise history that moves from ancient Hindu times to present-day conflicts raging in the Middle East and else-where. Kurlansky also brings into focus just why nonviolence is a "dangerous" idea, and asks such provocative questions as: Is there such a thing as a "just war"? Could nonviolence have worked against even the most evil regimes in history?" "Kurlansky draws from history  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kurlansky, Mark.
Nonviolence.
New York : Modern Library, 2006
(OCoLC)607806280
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Kurlansky
ISBN: 9780679643357 0679643354
OCLC Number: 69594126
Description: xiv, 203 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Imperfect beings --
The problem with states --
The killer peace movement --
Troublemakers --
The dilemma of unnatural people --
Natural revolution --
The curse of nations --
A favorite just war --
The rule of thugs and the law of gravity --
Random outbreaks of hope.
Series Title: Modern Library chronicles.
Responsibility: Mark Kulansky ; foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
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"Nonviolence is a sweeping yet concise history that moves from ancient Hindu times to present-day conflicts raging in the Middle East and else-where. Kurlansky also brings into focus just why nonviolence is a "dangerous" idea, and asks such provocative questions as: Is there such a thing as a "just war"? Could nonviolence have worked against even the most evil regimes in history?" "Kurlansky draws from history twenty-five provocative lessons on the subject that we can use to effect change today. He shows how, time and again, violence is used to suppress nonviolence and its practitioners."--BOOK JACKET.

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