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Nonviolent direct action; American cases: social-psychological analyses.

Author: A Paul Hare; Herbert H Blumberg
Publisher: Washington, Corpus Books [1968]
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Hare, A. Paul (Alexander Paul), 1923-
Nonviolent direct action.
Washington, Corpus Books [1968]
(OCoLC)572915079
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A Paul Hare; Herbert H Blumberg
OCLC Number: 1051
Description: xi, 575 pages 21 cm
Contents: Introduction to theories of nonviolence / A. Paul Hare --
Gandhi's Satyaghara against the Rowlatt Bills / John V. Bondurant --
Freedom rides: 1947 and 1961 / James Peck --
The Montgomery bus boycott / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
Diary of a sit-in / Merrill Proudfoot --
A southern sit-in / Paul E. Wehr --
"Why didn't they hit back?" / Jhan and June Robbins --
A southern tale / James Farmer --
Voyage of the Golden Rule / Albert Bigelow --
Visible witness / Wilmer J. Young --
The summoning of Everyman / W.S. Merwin --
Peacewalkers in Albany, Georgia / Walk participants --
The Pentagon demonstration / The Washington Post and participants --
Types of principled nonviolence / Gene Sharp --
Ahimsa / Joan V. Bondurant --
Passive resistance / Clarence M. Case --
Moral jiu-jitsu / Richard Gregg --
Love begets love / Pitirim A. Sorokin --
The nonviolent resistance movement against segregation / James W. Vander Zanden --
The student sit-in movement / Jacob R. Fishman and Frederic Solomon --
Mechanisms of nonviolent action / George Lakey --
Towards a sociological understanding of nonviolence / Martin Oppenheimer --
Attitudes and nonviolent action / Sidney I. Perloe, David S. Olton, DAvid L. Yaffe --
Nonviolence is two / Judith Stiehm, Victor Lidz --
Accounting for a nonviolent mass demonstration / Herbert H. Blumber --
Problems of identity, hatred, and nonviolence / Erik H. Erikson --
Nonviolent action from a social-psychological perspective / A. Paul Hare.
Responsibility: Edited by A. Paul Hare [and] Herbert H. Blumberg.

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