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Revolutionary nonviolence : essays

Author: David T Dellinger; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Books, 1971, ©1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Anchor Books edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David T Dellinger; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 23900634
Notes: The essays were originally published from 1943 to 1970.
Source: Gift of Paul Avrich, Aug. 26, 1986.
Description: xxvii, 490 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: Part 1, World War II. Statement on entering prison [1943] --
Declaration of war [1945] --
Adolf Eichmann and Claude Eatherly [1962] --
Part 2, The war against Vietnam. Political realism and moral disaster [1966] --
North Vietnam: eyewitness report [1966] --
Vietnam and the International Liberation Front [1965] --
Report from the International War Crimes Tribunal [1967-1968] --
The new United States strategy in Vietnam [1969] --
New urgency on Vietnam [1969] --
Part 3, Cuba and China. Cuba: America's lost plantation [1960] --
A 20th century revolution? [1962] --
Cuba: seven thousand miles from home [1964] --
Cuban contradictions [1965] --
Cuba: the revolutionary society [1968] --
Report from revolutionary China [1967] --
Part 4, Violence, nonviolence, and the movement. Why were the Rosenbergs killed? [1953] --
Communists in the antiwar movement [1968] --
Gandhi's heirs [1962] --
The black rebellions [1967] --
The assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. [1968] --
The Warren report [1965] --
The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy [1968] --
An integrated peace walk through Georgia [1964] --
Ten days in jail [1961] --
The 1964 elections --
a trap [1964] --
Not enough love [1958] --
Toward revolutionary humanism [1969] --
Escalation in the antiwar movement [1965] --
The Fort Hood three [1966] --
Gandhi and Guerrilla --
the protest at the Pentagon [1967] --
The future of nonviolence [1965] --
Part 5, The Chicago convention and after. The aims [1968] --
The lessons [1968] --
Where things stand now [1969] --
Statement before sentencing on anti-riot conviction [1970].
Other Titles: Revolutionary non-violence
Responsibility: by Dave Dellinger.

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