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American Nonviolence

American Nonviolence

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Ira Chernus surveys the evolution of the powerful idea of nonviolence from the Colonial Era up to today, focusing on representative movements (Anabaptists, Quakers, Anarchists, Progressives) and key individuals (Thoreau, Reinhold Niebuhr, Dorothy Day, A.J. Muste, King, Barbara Deming), including non-Americans like Mohandas Gandhi or Thich Nhat Hanh, who have helped form the idea of nonviolence in the United States. American Nonviolence offers an essential guide for both students and activists. "Thoroughly researched, brilliantly argued and elegantly written. . .This book will be at the center of debate as to whether and what kinds of nonviolence can be effective in our time."-Walter Wink

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