Peace movements in America. Edited with an introduction by Charles Chatfield.

New York, Schocken Books [1973] .
ISBN 0805203860

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Subjects Friedensbewegung.
Peace -- Societies, etc.
Peace movements.
United States.
Series Schocken paperbacks.
Description xxxii, 191 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "With the exception of the newly added introduction and preface, this book is a reprint of the Spring 1972 issue of American studies."
Contents Gianakos, P.E. Ernest Howard Crosby. -- Patterson, D.S. An interpretation of the American peace movement, 1898-1914. -- Cook, B.W. Democracy in wartime. -- DeBenedetti, C. Alternative strategies in the American peace movement in the 1920's. -- Chatfield, C. Alternative antiwar strategies of the thirties. -- Robinson, J.A.A.J. Muste and the ways to peace. -- Yoder, J.A. The United World Federalists. -- Peterson, P.M. Student organizations and the antiwar movement in America, 1900-1960. -- Kerman, C. Kenneth Boulding and the peace research movement. -- Washburn, A.M. Peace education at the crossroads. -- Wilensky, N.M. Was the cold war necessary? -- Internationalism as a current in the peace movement: a symposium.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)650054
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Chatfield, Charles, 1934-2015,
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