The Failure of Nonviolence

By Peter Gelderloos

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In the years since the end of the Cold War many new social movements have started peacefully, only to adopt a diversity of tactics as they grew in strength and collective experiences. The last ten years have revealed more clearly than ever the role of nonviolence. Propped up by the media, funded by the government, and managed by NGOs, nonviolent campaigns around the world have helped oppressive regimes change their

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135 pages
Left Bank Books (2/28/15)
5.4 x 0.7 x 8.4 inches