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Recommended book: Richard Gregg on "The Power of Nonviolence" -- the recommended edition is the one edited by James Tully, that comes with his introductory essay, published in the series "Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought", available both as a paperback and as an ebook.
You can likely find a discount print copy from alternative booksellers, such as through the Advanced Book Exchange (abebooks.com

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on January 13, 2022 at 10:27am

A good summary or review of the above reading is this lecture from 2018 by James H. Tully, at Queen Mary University.   Again, the above book by Richard Gregg was the go-to text for peace activists from the mid-1930s to the early 1960s.




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