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Prof. James H. Tully on Richard Gregg and Gandhi: Nonviolent ethics

A good review of Richard Gregg's book "The Power of Nonviolence" (assigned reading for TPF membership, fall 2021). The recommended edition is the one with the introduction by James H. Tully. Here this lecture from 2018 by James H. Tully, at Queen Mary University, emphasizes how the above book, about Gandhi's "satyagraha" (truth-power) was the go-to text for peace activists from the mid-1930s to the early 1960s.

The Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context (CLSGC) presents their Annual Lecture 2018 by Professor James Tully. His lecture is titled 'Two Lawyers on...

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