Moral Injury and Nonviolent Resistance: Breaking the Cycle of Violence in the Military and Behind Bars
In this thoughtful book culled from a wide range of experiences, Alice and Staughton Lynd introduce readers to what modern clinicians, philosophers, and theologians have attempted to describe as “moral injury.” From combat veterans of America’s foreign wars to Israeli refuseniks, and from “hardened” criminals in supermax confinement in Ohio to hunger strikers in California’s Pelican Bay prison, the Lynds give us the voices of those breaking the cycle of moral injury with courageous acts of nonviolent resistance.
- 192 pages
- PM Press (4/1/17)
- 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches