A very useful anthology, collecting in chronological order almost 50 essays from the 17th century to the present written by Americans on nonviolence. The essays provide historical perspective, diversity of precipitating issues, different philosophies, and justifications, all focused on justice-making through nonviolent protest and action. The book will be useful to social scientists, ethicists, and protesters, as well as to religionists of all sorts. Strongly recommended for all libraries.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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