NV 101 in Context: Text Background

Guide, Manual, or Handbook-level Nonviolence & Civil Disobedience Training Source Texts

   (UMI or related academic theses may be “free” downloads or ILL–gratis in on-campus libraries)

 

ACLU. Fighting Police Abuse: A Community Action Manual (1992).

ACLU. “Know Your Right to Protest in Chicago.” NATO Protest Laws (2015).

Abileah, Joseph W. “An Israeli’s [Federated Cantonal] Proposal for Peace.” Mennonite Brethren Herald 8 (30 May 1969), 8.

Abu-Nimer, Mohammed. Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam: Theory and Practice (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2003).

Accad, Evelyne.  Sexuality and War, Literary Masks of the Middle East. NYU, 1990. 

Ackerman, Peter, & DuVall, Jack.  A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict St. Martin’s, 2000.

ActUp, New York. Demonstrator's Manual, Civil Disobedience Training, 2000.

Ajdukovic & Pecnik.  Nenasilno Rjesavanje Sukoba. Zagreb: Alinea, 1993.

Agirre, Xabier. Insumision: Un Singular Ciclo Historico de Desobediencia Civil. Madrid, 1998.

Agirre, Xabier. Objeción e Insumisión: Claves Ideológicas y Sociales. Madrid, 1992.

Aki, Yukio. Hi Boryoku Toreningu: Shakai o Jibun o Hiraku Tame Ni. Nara-shi: Yasosha; Tokyo: Hatsubaimoto Shinsensha, 1984.

Albesano, Sergio. Storia Dell’Obienzione di Coscienza in Italia. Santi Quaranta, Treviso, 1993.

Allen-Perkins, Alfonso. Resistencia Palestina (2015).

Almeida, Guilherme Assis de. Direitos Humanos e Não-violência. São Paulo: Atlas, 2001.

Alternatives Nonviolentes (Journal, Lyon, France, 1973-).

Altieri, Rocco. La Rivoluzione Nonviolenta: Per Una Biografia Intellettuale di Aldo Capitini. Pisa: BFS, 1998.

American Friends Service Committee–AFSC.  In Place of War: An Inquiry into Nonviolent National Defense. Grossman, 1967.

AFSC. Journey through a Wall: A Quaker Mission to a Divided Germany. Philadelphia, 1964.

AFSC.  Speak Truth to Power: A Quaker Search for an Alternative to Violence. Phil, 1955.

Anderson, Douglas. The Practical and Moral Superiority of Non-Violent Direct Action as a Technique for Citizen Protest (San Diego State U, MA, 1999), 42844577.

Anderson, Shelley. “More Training!” Towards Gender-Sensitive Nonviolence Training. International Fellowship of Reconciliation, 2002.

Anti-Nuclear Legal Project, National No Nukes Trial Handbook. Boston, 1980.

Antoni, Anne-Cécile, ed. A World of Torture (l’Action des Chrétiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture–ACAT  2013 Report).

Apresian, RG. Nasilie i Nenasilie: Filosofiia, Politika, Etika: Materialy Mezhdunarodnoi Internet-Konferentsii Prokhodivshei 15 Maia-31 Iiulia 2002. Moskva: In-t “Otkrytoe ob-vo”–Fond Sorosa, Rossiia, www.auditorium.ru, 2003.

Asamblea Legislativa [of Costa Rica]. Comisión Especial Nombrada Para Investigar Los Hechos Denunciados Sobre [U.S. Iran–Contra arms & drug business] Narcotráfico (San José National Legislative Asssembly: Expediente 10.684, Informe Final, 20 July 1989).

Awad, Alex. Palestinian Memories: The Story of a Palestinian Mother [Huda Awad] and Her People, 2d ed. Bethlehem: Bethlehem Bible College, 2008.

Awad, Mubarak & Gandhi, Mohandas — King, Mary. Various publications.

Awad, Mubarak. “Peace, Justice, and Non-Violence in the Middle East,” in Smith, Sawatsky, & McCutcheon, eds., Voices of Harmony and Dissent: How Peacebuilders are Transforming their Worlds (Winnipeg, Manitoba: CMU, 2015), 25-33.

Awad, Mubarak, & Kuttab, Jonathan. “Et Si on Essayait la Non-violence?” 1 Enjeux Internationaux (2003-2004).

Awad, Mubarak, Hubers, Paul, et al. George [& Frocina] Kuttab, My Family and Palestine — My Homeland; Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Book, 1999-2002.

Awad & Kaufman. “SA Lesson for Israel & Palestinians,” Business, 3 May 1996, 15.

Awad, Mubarak, & Kaufman, Edy. “Back from South Africa; Lessons for the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process,” Tikkun 10/5 (Sept 1995), 63.

  Awad, Mubarak, & Hubers, Paul. “Nonviolence in the Intifada: Long-Term Costs & Values,” Peace Research (Winnipeg) 25/3 (August 1993), 61-70.

Awad, Mubarak. “Nonviolence & the Intifada,” in Graeme MacQueen, ed. Unarmed Forces: Nonviolent Action in Central America and the Middle East (Toronto: Science for Peace / Samuel Stevens, 1992), 83–94.

Awad, Baramki, Nusaybah, and al-Natshah. “The Palestinians’ Fourteen Demands,” 17/3  Journal of Palestine Studies (Spring 1988), 63-65.

Awad, Mubarak. Al-Muqawamat al–La’Unfiyyah. al-Quds trans. Walid Salibi (Jerusalem), Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence, Siyasat al-’Amal al-La’Unfi. Beirut: Markaz al-La’Unf wa Huquq al-Insan, 1986. 

Awad, Mubarak, & Kennedy, Scott. Nonviolent Struggle in the Middle East. New Society, 1985.

Awad, Mubarak. “Non–Violent Resistance: A Strategy for the Occupied Territories,” Journal of Palestine Studies, 13/52 (Summer 1984), 22–36. Arabic trans., Al-La’Unf fi l-Ard al-Muhtallah

Azione Nonviolenta Journal (Founded by Aldo Capitini, -1964).

Bailey, Sydney D. “Non‑Official Mediation in Disputes: Reflec­tions on Quaker Experience,” International Affairs 61 (1985), 1 ff.

Bailey, Sydney. How Wars End, Vols. 1 & 2. Oxford: Clarendon, 1982.

Bailey, Sydney. Prohibitions & Restraints in War. Oxford, 1972.

Bardin, Hillel. A Zionist among Palestinians, Awad & Kaufman foreword. Indiana U, 2012.

Barnett, Gabrielle. Tracing Ghosts and Awakening Giants: The Performance of History, Myth, and Activism in a Vanishing Forest (NYU, PhD, 1996), 73967637.

Barry, Ousmane. La Conception et la Pratique des Droits de L‘Homme du Congres National Sud-Africain–ANC (Université de Grenoble, PhD, 1996),

Bartelt, Dana. Both Sides of Peace; Israeli and Palestinian Political Poster Art. Seattle: U. of Washington, 1997.

Bartolf, Christian, ed. Der Atem Meines Lebens: Der Dialog von Mahatma Gandhi (Indien) und Bart de Ligt (Holland) über Krieg und Frieden. Berlin: Gandhi-Info-Zentrum, 2000.

Bateman-House, Alison. “Men of Peace and the Search for the Perfect Pesticide: Conscientious Objectors [Used as Human Lab Animals], the Rockefeller Foundation, and Typhus Control Research,” 124/4 Public Health Reports (2009 Jul-Aug), 594-602.

Beer, Michael, ed.  Global Directory for Nonviolence Action Trainers. Washington, DC: Nonviolence International, 1994.

Beer, Michael, ed.  A Peace Team Reader: Nonviolent Third-Party Crisis Interventions by NGOs. Washington, DC: Nonviolence International, 1993.

Beinin, Joel, & Hajjar, Lisa. “Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Primer.” MERIP (Washington, DC: Middle East Research & Information Project, 2000), 1-14.

Bellers, John. “Some Reasons for a European State (1710),” in William Penn et la Paix. Taro Terasaki, ed. Paris: Pedone, 1925.

Bennett, Scott. “Pacifism not Passivism”: The War Resisters League and Radical Pacifism; Nonviolent Direct Action, and the Americanization of Gandhi, 1915-1963 (Rutgers, State U of NJ, PhD, 1998).

Bentouhami, Hourya. Le Dépôt des Armes: Non-Violence et Désobéissance Civile (Université Paris, PhD, 2009). 

Bergfeldt, Lennart.  Civilmotstånd: Vision och Verklighet. Pax/Vapenfria Arbetsgruppen, 1990.

Bergfeldt, Lennart. Nonviolent Action: State of the Literature. Uppsala University, Dept. of Peace & Conflict Research, No. 20, 1979.

Bertrand, Olivier, ed. Breaking Down Barriers. (2008).

Bhaneja, Balwant, ed. Quest for Gandhi, A Nonkilling Journey. Honolulu 2010.

Bhave, Vinoba.  Ahimsa: Vicara Aura Vyavahara. Pattikalyana, Jilla Karanala: Gramabhavana Prakasana tatha Gandhi Santi Pratishthana 1. Samskarana, 1971.

Bhave, Vinoba. Shanti Sena. Marjorie Sykes, trans. Kashi: Seva Sangh Drakashan, 1961.

Bickmore, Kathy. Alternatives to Violence: Manual for Teaching Peacemaking to Youth and Adults.  Peace Grows, 1984.

Billaud, Julie. Malalay’s Sisters: Women’s Public Visibility in ‘Post-war/Reconstruction’ Afghanistan (U of Sussex, PhD, 2009).

Binam-Bikoï, Auguste. La Sociologie des Mobilisations Partisanes au Cameroun. Les Partis Politiques dans l‘Action Collective en Contexte de Libéralisation Post Guerre Froide (Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux, PhD, 2010).

Birchler, Susan. Ecological Art: Ruth Wallen and Cultural Activism (Tampa, FL: U of S FL, 2007), 175298922.

Bloch, Nadine. “Education and Training in Nonviolent Resistance,” United States Institute of Peace Special Report, 2016.

Bond, Douglas. Alternatives to Violence: An Empirical Study of Nonviolent Direct Action (U of Hawai'i, PhD, 1985), 15307065.   

Bondurant, Joan. Conquest of Violence: The Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict. Princeton University, 1988.

Boubaul, Brunier, Muller, & Roussel. Ghandi, Sani’ al-La’Unf, Markaz al-La’Unf wa Huquq al-Insan (Jam’Iyyat al-’Amal al-Ijtima’i al-Thaqafi) [from Antoine Abu Zayd al-Jumayzah, Gandhi – Artisan de la Non-Violence, trans. Beirut] (Montargis, Non-violence Actualité, 1996). 

Boyd, Andrew ed.  Beautiful Trouble, Occupy (2012).

Bradley, John, ed.  Atomic Ghosts: Poets Respond to the Nuclear Age. Coffee, 1995.

Brock, Peter.  Twentieth Century Pacifism. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1970.

Broken Rifle ‒ War Resisters’ International, Triannual Magazine, Bruxelles, Brussels (1900s-).

Bruwer, Peter. Toepassing van Lydelike Verset: 165 Vorme van Nie-gewelddadige Protes. 1993.

Burrowes, Robert.  Strategy of Nonviolent Defense: A Gandhian Approach. SUNY, 1996.

Byles, Marie Beuzeville. Journey into Burmese Silence. London: Allen & Unwin, 1965.

Byles, Marie Beuzeville. Lotus & the Spinning Wheel. London: Allen & Unwin, 1965.

Byles, Marie Beuzeville. Paths to Inner Calm. London: Allen & Unwin, 1965.

Brett, Derek. Military Recruitment and Conscientious Objection: A Thematic Global Survey. Leuven, Belgium: Conscience and Peace Tax International, 2006.

CampaignNonviolence.org & Paceebene.org, “CNV Nonviolent Action Organizing Toolkit,” (2016 Sept 18-25).

Campbell, Anneke, & Linzey, Thomas.  Stories from the Community Rights Movement in the United States. Chicago: PM, 2016.

Campbell, Peter. An Examination of the Impact of Models of Nonviolence Utilized in the African American Civil Rights Movement from 1956 to 1963 (Long Beach CA: CA State U, MSW, 1998), 1391597.

Campus Organizing Guide for Social Justice Groups (www.campusactivism.org, 2002).

Capitini, Aldo. Opposizione e Liberazione: Una Vita Nella Nonviolenza. Napoli: L’ancora del Mediterraneo, 2003.

Capitini, Aldo. Il Potere di Tutti,  2d ed. Perugia: Guerra, 1999.

Capitini, Aldo. Le Tecniche Della Nonviolenza, 2d ed. Milano: Feltrinelli, 1968, 1989.

Carvalho de Oliveira, Gilberto. “Pacifist Approaches to Conflict Resolution: An Overview of Pragmatic Pacifism,” 7/1 JANUS.NET, E-Journal of International Relações Exteriores (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, May-Oct, 2016), 3-18.

Carawan, Guy and Candie (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Cmte), We Shall Overcome!: Songs of the Southern Freedom Movement. Oak, 1963. 

Carroll, Samantha. “Fill the Jails”: Identity, Structure and Method in the Committee of 100, 1960-1968 (U of Sussex, PhD, 2011), 809550964.

Carson, Rachel Louise. Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962.

Case, Clarence. Social Psychology of Passive [Coercive] Resistance (U of WI, PhD, 1915).

Catchpool, Corder.  Letters of a Prisoner for Conscience Sake. London, Allen & Unwin, 1941.

Cattelain, Jean Pierre.  L’Objection de Conscience. Paris: Presses Universitaires, 1973.

Caufield, Catherine.  In the Rainforest. Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.

Cedeno, R., ed.  Derechos Humanos y Servicio Militar Obligatorio. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Grupo Libertad de Conciencia, 1983.

Cervera-Marzal, Manuel. Ni Paix ni Guerre: Philosophie de la Désobéissance Civile et Politique de la NonViolence (Université Paris-Diderot, 2014, PhD, 2014).

Chaliand, Gérard.  Revolution in the Third World. Penguin, 1981.

Chaliand, Gérard, & Jean-Pierre Rageau.  Strategic Atlas, A Comparative Geopolitics of the World’s Powers. Harper & Row, 1985.

Chatfield, Charles.  For Peace and Justice: Pacifism in America, 1914-1941. Beacon, 1973.

Chico, Laura Shipler, et al.  Healing & Rebuilding our Communities (HROC) Training Manual, A Guide for Leaders (African Great Lakes Initiative of the Friends Peace Teams, Friends Peace House/Urugo rw‘Amohoro - Rwanda - Burundi, 2005.

Ching, Julia.  Probing China’s Soul: Religion, Politics and Protest in the People’s Republic (San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1990.

Chopra, V. D., ed.  Disarmament & Development, Their Relationship. New Delhi: Int’l Institute for Southern Asia‑Pacific Studies & United India, 1988.

Church, Marjorie. Teaching Peace: An Exploration of Identity Development of Peace Educators (Greensboro: U of NC, PhD, 2015).

Clark, Septima Poinsette.  Echo in My Soul. Dutton, 1962. Charleston Papers.

Chernus, Ira. American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2004.

Clark, Carter, & Randle, A Guide to Civil Resistance: A Bibliography of People Power and Nonviolent Protest. 2 vols. Coventry U Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, 2015.

Cleach, Olivier. La Désobéissance dans une Organisation d‘Ordre (Université Paris-Dauphine, PhD, 2007), 493633930.

Coleman, Gabriella.  Coding [Occupy–Anonymous] Freedom. Princeton, 2013.

Colhoun, Jack. “War Resisters in Exile: The Memoirs of Amex-Canada,” 6/2 Amex-Canada 47 (Nov-Dec 1977).

Colhoun, Jack. ed. Amex-Canada (Toronto, Ontario: Americans-in-Exile, Journal, 1968-1977).

Collier, John.  On the Gleaming [Hopi] Way. Chicago: Sage Books & Swallow, 1962. 

Combat Non-Violent (Lausanne, Switzerland: Centre Martin Luther King, Journal, 1970s-)

Comerford, Patrick.  Do You Want to Die for NATO? Dublin: Mercier, 1984.

Cooley, John K. “[Israeli, Syrian, Palestinian …] War Over Water,” Foreign Policy 54 (Spring 1984), 8-25.

Cooney, David, A Consistent Witness of Conscience: Methodist Nonviolent Activists, 1940-1970 (Iliff School of Theology, U of Denver, PhD, 2000), 47652280.

Coover, Esser, Deacon, & Moore. Resource Manual for a Living Revolution. New Society, 1978.

CORE ‒ Oppenheimer, Martin. “Workshops in Nonviolence – Why?” (1964).

Cornell, Andrew.  For a World without Oppressors, U.S. Anarchism from the Palmer Raids to the Sixties (Cornell, PhD, 2011).

Cortright, David.  Soldiers in Revolt: The American Military Today (Union Institute & U, PhD, 1975), 959029118; & book. NY: Anchor, 1975.  

“Counterinsurgency and the Occupy Movement,” [University] Counter-Insurgency Study Group. Minneapolis, MN, 2016.

Coy, Patrick, “Shared Risks and Research Dilemmas on a Peace Brigades International Team in Sri Lanka,” 30/5 Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (Oct 2001).

Coy, Patrick. Protecting Human Rights: The Dynamics of International Nonviolent Accompani-ment by Peace Brigades International in Sri Lanka (Syracuse U, PhD, 1997); 9819442.

Cummins, Doris. Civilian Public Service–CPS Unit Sixty-Three: Mennonite Conscientious Objectors in World War II (FL Atlantic U, MA, 1982), 1319176.

Crow, Ralph; Grant, Philip; & Ibrahim, Saad, eds., Arab Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East. Boulder, CO: Rienner, 1990.

Curle, Adam.  Another Way: Positive Response to Contemporary Violence. Oxford: Jon Carpenter, 1995.

Curle, Adam.  In the Middle: Non-official Mediation in Violent Situations. St. Martins, 1986.

Curle, Adam.  Making Peace [Bradford U program vs UnPeace]. London, Tavistock, 1971.

CNV. Nonviolent Action Organizing Toolkit (2015).

Day, Bonnie.  This Life One Leaf; Collected Poems. Toronto, Ont.: SAANNES, 1972.

Dawn (Dublin, Ireland, Underground press, 1974-).

Dajani, Souad.  Eyes Without Country: Searching for a Palestinian Strategy of Liberation Philadelphia: Temple, 1995.

Dalton, Dennis.  Mahatma Gandhi: Nonviolent Power in Action. NY: Columbia, 1993.

Deats, Richard.  Martin Luther King Jr.: Spirit-Led Prophet — A Biography, Coretta Scott King, foreword. Hyde Park, NY: New City, 1999.

Deats, Richard. “The Global Spread of Nonviolence,” Fellowship (July-August 1996), pp. 5-12.

deGregory, Crystal. Raising [Training] a Nonviolent Army: Four Nashville Black Colleges and the Century-Long Struggle for Civil Rights, 1830s-1930s. (Vanderbilt, PhD, 2011).

De Lange, Johnny. “The Historical Context, Legal Origins and Philosophical Foundation of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” in Villa-Vicencio & Verwoerd, eds. Looking Back, Reaching Forward: Reflections on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa. Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press, 2000, 14–31.

de Ligt, Bart, & Domela Nieuwenhuis, Ferdinand.  Contre la Guerre, Contre le Militarisme, pour la Paix. Paris: Pensée et Action, 1960.

Dellinger, Dave.  Revolutionary Nonviolence. BobbsMerrill, 1970.

Deming, Barbara.  Revolution & Equilibrium. Grossman, 1971.

Desai, Narayan.  Handbook for Satyagrahis, A Manual for Volunteers of Total Revolution. New Delhi & Philadelphia: Gandhi Peace Foundation & Movement for a New Society, 1980.

Detzer, Dorothy.  Appointment on Capitol Hill. Henry, 1948.

Development and Peace (Hungary).

Dillon, Amy.  An Analysis of Gandhi’s Constructive Program, Based on Galtung’s Theories (Ottawa, Canada: Saint Paul U, MA, 2016).

Direct Action Manual Collective. Earth First! Direct Action Manual. Eugene, OR: DAM, 1997.

Dowdy, Russell Eugene. Nonviolence vs. Nonexistence: The Vietnam War & Martin Luther King, Jr (NC State U, MA, 1983).

Downey, Gary. Political Action in the Opposition to Nuclear Power Plants: The Role of the Liberation Ideology in the Organization of Nonviolent Direct Action Groups (U of Chicago, PhD, 1981), 28793616.

Dudouet, Veronique. Various publications. Berlin: Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management, 2011.

Dudouet, Veronique. Peacemaking and Non-Violent Resistance: A Study of the Complementarity between Conflict Resolution Processes and Non-Violent Intervention, With Special Reference to the Case of Israel/Palestine (U of Bradford, PhD, 2005).

Dunham, Arthur.  Narrative of a Conscientious Objector (1915-1917 mss, http://bentley.umich.edu/).

Dunham, Arthur. “Some [Fundamental] Principles of Community Development [Organization Training],” in International Review of Community Development 11 (1963), 141-51.

Early, Frances.  A World Without War: How U.S. Feminists and Pacifists Resisted World War I Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, 1997.

Eastman, Max, ed.  Selected Poems of Claude McKay. Harvest/HBJ, 1953.

Eddington, Arthur.  [Nonviolent Epistemology &] Philosophy of Science. MacMillan, 1939.

Eide, Asbjörn, & Mubanga-Chipoya, CLC.  Question of Conscientious Objection to Military Training (UNESCO) (E/CN.4/Sub.2/1983/30, 27 June 1983).

Einstein, Albert.  Einstein on Peace. Bertrand Russell, preface, Nathan & Nordan, ed. Simon & Schuster, 1960.

Elster, Ellen, & Sorensen, Majken.  Women Conscientious Objectors. WRI, 2010.

Erenrich, Susan. Rhythyms of Rebellion, Artists Creating Dangerously for Social Change (Antioch, PhD, 2010).

Esquivel, Adolfo Pérez.  Una Gota de Tiempo: Crónica entre la Angustia y la Esperanza Córdoba, Argentina: Op Oloop, 1996. 

Esquivel, Adolfo.  Christ in a Poncho: Testimonials of the Nonviolent Struggles in Latin America Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1983.

Etienne, Leslie. A Historical Narrative of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee's Freedom Schools (Antioch U, PhD, 2012).

Ewing, E. Keith, The Pacifist Movement in the Methodist Church during World War II: A Study of Civilian Public Service–CPS in a Non-Pacifist Church (FL Atlantic U, MA, 1982), 1318350. 

Fanon, Frantz.  The Wretched of the Earth. Grove Evergreen, 1966.

Fellowship of Reconciliation–FOR, “Coming To Ferguson: Building a Nonviolent Movement,” (DeepAbidingLove.com, 2015).

Feminism & Nonviolence Studies (Kansas City, MO: Feminism & Nonviolence Studies, 1998-).

Ferriss, Susan, & Sandoval, Ricardo.  Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers Movement. Harcourt Brace, 1997.

Feuerverger, Grace.  Oasis of Dreams: Teaching and Learning Peace in a Jewish-Palestinian Village in Israel. Toronto: Routledge Falmer, 2001.

Fischer, Martina.  Conflict Transformation by Training in Nonviolent Action, Activities of the Centre for Nonviolent Action (Sarajevo) in the Balkan Region. Berlin: Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management, 2001.

Fisher, Roger.  Beyond YES. Cambridge: Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, 1991.

Fithian, Lisa. “Affinity Training Outcomes” (2013).

Fleming, Tamara. Radical Pacifism and the Black Freedom Movement: An Analysis of Liberation Magazine, 1956 - 1965 (Winnipeg, MA, 2010).

Flesher Eguiarte, Cristina. The Logic of Autonomy: Principles, Praxis, and Challenges of Autonomous Anti-Capitalist Movement; Three Case Studies from Madrid (UC-Berkeley, PhD, 2005, 892838110, 954090218.

Fletcher, William [Atomic Veteran]. “Atomic Bomb Testing & the Warner Amendment: A Violation of the Separation of Powers,” Washington Law Review 65/281 (1990), 285-321.

Fox, William T. R., ed. “How Wars End,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (Nov 1970).

Fragoso, Antônio Batista.  A Firmeza-Permanente: a Força da Não-violência. São Paulo: Loyola-Vega, 1977. 

Frank, André. “Arms Economy & Warfare in the Third World,” Third World Quarterly 2 (1980), 228-49.

Fraser, Annette. “However Long the Night, the Dawn Will Break”: The Hope in Nonviolent Direct Action in the Niger Delta: A Case Study of Nonviolent Protests by Women in the Niger Delta against Chevron (Mt Royal Coll, BA, 2003), 2008, 654224464.

Fraser, Rhone. Publishing Freedom: African American Editors and the Long Civil Rights Struggle, 1900-1955 (Temple U, PhD, 2012), 864885538.

Fraser, Rhone. A Surviving Legacy: Nonviolent Resistance in the Congressional Black Caucus, 2001-2007 (Tampa, FL: U of South FL, MA, 2007), 190844671.  

Fuerst, JS. “More Than a Peacemaker, The Political Writings of Oscar Arias,” Commonweal (4 Dec 1987).

Fulbright, J. William.  Pentagon Propaganda Machine. Liverright, 1970.

Friends Committee on National Legislation Newsletter.

Friends [Casa Ridgeway] Peace Center Newsletter (Monteverde & San Jose, Costa Rica).

Fry, Joan Mary.  In Downcast Germany: 1919-1933. London: Clarke, 1944.

Fry, Joan Mary.  The Way of Peace and Other Papers. London: Headley, 1904.

Fry, Margery.  Arms of the Law. London: Gollancz, 1951.

Fujii, Nichidatsu.  Buddhism for World Peace. Tokyo: Mitrata Sangha, 1980.

Fujii, Nichidatsu.  Waga Hiboryoku: Fujii Nittatsu Jiden. Tokyo: Shunjusha, 1972.

Gaku, Shin’ya, & Kytle, Calvin.  Ganji: Hiboryoku no Heishi. Tokyo: Ushio Shuppansha, 1983.

Galtung, Johan.  Nonviolence and Israel–Palestine. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, Spark Matsunaga Institute for Peace, 1989.

Galtung, Johan. Gandhis Politiske Etikk, Arne Naess foreword, 2 ed. Oslo: Pax, 1969, 1994.

Gandhi, Arun.  Legacy of Love: My Education in the Path of Nonviolence. El Sobrante, CA: North Bay Books, 2004.

Gandhi, Mohandas.  An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth.  Alt 1

Gandhi, Mohandas, & Gandhi, Kasturba.  The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi. New Delhi: Ministry of Information, Govt. of India, 2000-2001), 100 vols.   Alt 1, Alt 2, Alt 3, Alt 4, ….

Gandhi, Mohandas, and Gandhi, Kasturba. Mahatma Gandhi, Multimedia, e-Book. New Delhi: MIB; Icon Softec, 1999, CD-Rom, 100 vols.

GandhiMarg Journal, Delhi, India.

Garcia Muñiz, Humberto.  La Estrategia de Estados Unidos y El Militarización del Caribe. Río Piedras: U of Puerto Rico, 1988.

Gellman, Mneesha, & Vuinovich, Mandi (MJ). “From Sulha to Salaam: Connecting Local Knowledge with International Negotiations for Lasting Peace in Palestine/Israel,” 26/2 Conflict Resolution Quarterly (2009), 127-148.

Gewaltfreie Aktion [Journal]: Vierteljahreshefte für Frieden + Gerechtigkeit. Berlin: Internationaler Versöhnungsbund, Deutscher Zweig, 1969–.

Giesche, Dorothea.  Gewalt Überleben - Frieden Stiften Werkstatt zur Erkundung von Wegen zur Gewaltfreien Begegnung, Verständigung und Aktion. Kurve Wustrow, 2007.

Gilbert, Olive.  Narrative of Sojourner Truth. U of NC, Chapel Hill, 2001.

Gillah, Nurit. “Women Against War: Parents Against Silence,” in Swirski & Safir, eds. Calling the Equality Bluff (Teachers College Press, 1991), 142-161.

Gilliard, Marshall, & McKillop, eds.  Time for Dementia: A Collection of Writing on the Meanings of Time and Dementia. Hawker, 2010; Associated with Friends Fellowship of Healing located in southern England.

Gittelsohn, Roland. “Judaism on War, Peace, & Conscientious Objection,” Jewish Digest (April 1970), 51-55.

Glick, Brian.  War at Home. Cambridge: MA. South End, 1999.

Global Alliance for Ministries & Departments. Country Reports. Third Global Summit for Ministries and Departments of Peace, 21 – 26 September 2007, Kisarazu, Japan (2007).

Gobodo-Madikizela, Pumla, et al. Women’s Contributions to South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Women Waging Peace Policy Commission, 2005.

Goossen, Rachel. Conscientious Objection and Gender: Women in Civilian Public Service during the Second World War (U of Kansas, PhD, 1993), 31871759.

Goss-Mayr, Hildegard, ed. Geschenk der Armen an die Reichen, Zeugnisse aus dem gewaltfreien Kampf der erneuerten Kirche in Lateinamerika. Munich-Zurich-Vienna: Europa, 1980.

Graeber, David. “On the Phenomenology of Giant Puppets” (2009).

Graham, John. Conscription and Conscience, A History 1916-1919. London: Unwin, 1922.

Greenpeace International. Nonviolence Training Manual, Nonviolent Direct Action Program IMAD (Courtesy of Larry ‘Butch’ Turk, RN, co-editor, 2003).

Greenpeace–UK.  Point of No Return; The Massive Climates Threats We Must Avoid. Climate Change. Greenpeace, 2013.

Gregg, Richard.  The Power of Nonviolence. Greenleaf, Canton ME, 1960.

“Grenville Clark, Lawyer, 84, Dies,” NY Times, 13 Jan. 1967, 23.

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Zureik, Graff, & Ohan. “Two Years of the Intifada: A Statistical Profile of Palestinian [Children & Youth as Majority of the] Victims,” Third World Quarterly 12/3-4 (1990-1991), 120-21.

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Please note as well that online keyword searches through Bing, Google, & Startpage … web searches for training, nonviolence, & direct action turn-up many more hits in, e.g. Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Indonesian, Japanese, Portuguese, & Russian languages — such as via: اللاعنف فعل مباشر; 直接行 非暴力; אלימות פעולה ישירה; Antikekerasan Aksi Langsung;     非暴力 直接行動;Não-violência Ação Direta; & Ненасилие Прямое Действие.  And, see also dated bibliographies of NonviolenceInternational.net Bibliography Online; Bibliographies, Websites and Library Resources; and Elise Boulding, Bibliography on World Conflict and Peace. Washington DC: COPRED, 1974.