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THE POWER OF NONVIOLENCE: Second Revised Edition with New Material (foreward by Martin Luther King Jr.)
THE POWER OF NONVIOLENCE Second Revised Edition with New Material - foreward by Martin Luther King Jr. Author:Richard B. Gregg "Here is a new kind of book," wrote the eminent Quaker philospher, Rufus M. Jones, in introducing the first edition of THE POWER OF NON-VIOLENCE when it appeared in 1935. Nine years later, the book was revised. Now it has been revised a second time, to include material on the many significant developments that have occured during the last twen... more »ty-four years; including the successful conclusion of the long campain of nonviolence which in 1935 had only begun to attract owrld attention and which, a dozen years later, brought independence to India and set in motion a movement that is still a vital part of life in India.
Perhaps of even greater interest to readers in the West, however, are the descriptions of non-violent struggles in Norway and Denmark during World War II that won important concessions from the Nazis, and of the struggle for racial equality in the American South, exemplified by the successful nonviolent bus boycott in Montgovermy, Alabama, in 1957.