Pacifism in the United States, from the colonial era to the First World War.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1968.

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Subjects History -- United States.
Mouvements pacifistes -- EĢtats-Unis -- Histoire.
Pacifism -- History.
Pacifism.
Pacifisme -- Histoire.
Pazifismus.
Politics -- United States.
Religion -- United States -- History.
USA.
Series Brock, Peter. A history of pacifism ; 2.
Description xii, 1005 pages 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 949-983).
Contents Part one: pacifism in colonial America and the American revolution -- 1. The Society of Friends in the colonial period outside Pennsylvania -- 2. The pacifist as magistrate: the holy experiment in Quaker Pennsylvania -- 3. Quaker Pennsylvania: the crisis of 1756 and its aftermath -- 4. The German peace sects in colonial America -- 5. Quakers and the American Revolution -- 6. The smaller peace sects in the American Revolution -- 7. The peace testimony of the early American Moravians: an ambiguous witness -- Part two: the peace sects from the American Revolution to the Civil War -- 8. The Quaker peace testimony, 1783-1861 -- 9. The witness of the non-Quaker peace sects, 1783-1861 -- Part three: pacifism in the American peace movement before the Civil War -- 10. The pioneers: Dodge and Worcester -- 11. The American peace society: the first decade -- 12. The genesis of the Garrisonian formula: no-government and nonresistance -- 13. The New England non-resistance society -- 14. The ideology of the New England non-resistance society -- 15. The moderate pacifists and the League of Universal Brotherhood -- 16. The ebbing of the pacifist impulse -- Part four: pacifism in the American Civil War -- 17. The Civil War and the antebellum pacifists -- 18. The Quakers in the Civil War -- 19. Mennonites and Brethren in the Civil War -- 20. Religious pacifism outside the Major Historic Peace sects, 1861-1865 -- Part five: pacifism between the Civil War and the First World War -- 21. The Quaker Peace Testimony, 1865-1914 -- 22. Non-Quaker sectarian pacifism in an era of peace, 1865-1914 -- 23. The reemergence of nonsectarian pacifism.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00000820
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WorldCat Identities Brock, Peter, 1920-2006.
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