The unconquerable world : power, nonviolence, and the will of the people

Author
Edition
  • 1st ed.
Published
  • New York : Metropolitan Books 2003
Physical description
433 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
  • 0805044566
  • 9780805044560
  • 0805044574
  • 9780805044577
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 389-414) and index.
Contents
  • pt. 1. Violence. The rise and fall of the war system -- "Nuclear war" -- People's war -- pt. 2. Nonviolence. Satyagraha -- Nonviolent revolution, nonviolent rule -- The mass minority in action: France and Russia -- Living in truth -- Cooperative power -- pt. 3. The civil state. The liberal democratic revival -- Liberal internationalism -- Sovereignty -- pt. 4. The shapes of things to come. Niagara -- The logic of peace.
Related item
  • http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/bios/hol052/2002191235.html
  • http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/hol031/2002191235.html
Genre
  • Bibliography
  • text
Language
  • English

Summary

  • Argues for an end to the belief that military domination is the best path to global peace, offering the tradition of nonviolent political action and passive resistance in its stead.

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British Library: Document Supply Services m04/15297
University of Exeter Library: Forum Library 322.44 SCH
Keele University: Campus Library HM1281 .S3
University of Manchester Library: Main Library: Blue Area Floor 3 909
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Trinity College Dublin Library: Lecky Lower 301.6 P3996;1
University of Warwick Library: Main Library HM1281.S34
University of Warwick Library: Main Library HM1281.S34

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