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A peace reader : essential readings on war, justice, non-violence, and world order

Author: Joseph Fahey; Richard Armstrong
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, ©1987.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Fahey; Richard Armstrong
ISBN: 0809129140 9780809129140
OCLC Number: 16081923
Description: viii, 477 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The Causes of War / Michael Howard --Arms Races and Escalation / Michael Wallace --
Arms Races and Escalation: A Closer Look / Paul Diehl --
Military Spending and Economic Decay / Lloyd J. Dumas --
Militarism in America / The Defense Monitor --
Deep Roots of the Arms Race / Sidney Lens --
Nuclear Terror: Moral Paradox / James Finn --
Are You a Conscientious Objector? / CCCO --
Military Service: A Moral Obligation / Donald Kagan --
ROTC Today and Tomorrow / Robert F. Collins --
Investigating New Options in Conflict and Defense / Gene Sharp --
Inheritance, Extinction and Personal Honesty / Donovan Russell --
Pacem in Terris / Pope John XXIII --
Universal Declaration of Human Rights / United Nations --
The Arms Race and Its Consequences for Developing Countries / George Kim --
The Perils of Intervention / Nicholas O. Berry --
The Costly Business of Arming Africa / Patrick Fitzgerald and Jonathan Bloch --
Whose Develpment?: Women Strategize / Laurien Alexandre --
Seedlings of Survival / Barbara Howell --
The Case Against Helping the Poor / Garrett Hardin --
Chief Seattle's Message / Chief Seattle --
Amnesty International / Amnesty International --
Aims and Means of the Catholic Worker / The Catholic Worker --
Ahimsa, or the Way of Nonviolence / Mohandas K. Gandhi --
Gandhi's Nonviolence / Haridas T. Muzumdar --
Letter from a Birmingham Jail / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
First Letter to the Delaware Indians / William Penn --
The Challenge of Peace: God's Promise and Our Response / National Conference of Catholic Bishops --
Murderous Evil: Does Nonviolence Offer a Solution? / John Garvey --
Identifying Alternatives to Political Violence: An Educational Imperative / Christopher Kruegler and Patricia Parkman --
Is There a Future for Nonviolence in Central America? / Dan R. Ebener --
A Latin American Response / Mano Barreno --
The Precarious Road: Nonviolence in the Phillipines / Peggy Rosenthal --
The Art of Negotiating / Gerald I. Nierenberg --
Communication and Conflict--Management Skills / Neil H. Katz and John W. Lawyer --
The Techniques of Nonviolent Action / Gene Sharp --
You be the Arbitrator / American Arbitration Association --
Conflict Resolution: Isn't There a Better Way? / Warren E. Burger --
The Coming Evolution in Court-Administered Arbitration / Robert Coulson --
Arbitration vs. Mediation-Explaining the Differences / John W. Cooley --
Mandatory Mediation of Divorce: Maine's Experience / Lincoln Clark and Jane Orbeton --
Arbitration: An International Wallflower / Robert Coulson --
Getting to "Yes" in a Nuclear Age / Roger Fisher --
Ideological Convergence of the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. / Gordon L. Anderson --
Foreign Aid and U.S. National Interests / George Shultz --
Redefining National Security / Lester R. Brown --
Obtain the Possible: Demand the Impossible / Robert Jay Lifton and Richard A. Falk --
The Lesser Evil over the Greater Evil / Jeane Kirkpatrick --
America's Liberal Tradition / Charles William Maynes --
Scientists and the Peace Movement: Some Notes on the Relationship / Johan Galtung --
Why the U.N. Is Worth Saving / Harvey J. Feldman --
The Establishmetn of a World Authority: Working Hypotheses / Silviu Brucan.
Responsibility: edited by Joseph Fahey & Richard Armstrong.

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