Revolutionary nonviolence: essays by Dave Dellinger.


Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1970] .

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
Nonviolence.
Politics and government
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989.
United States.
Description xxiii, 390 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Contents pt. 1. World War II. Introduction -- 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).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)92546
(OCoLC)ocm00092546
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Dellinger, David T., 1915-2004.
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