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The Resource Nonviolence in America; : a documentary history

Nonviolence in America; : a documentary history

Label
Nonviolence in America; : a documentary history
Title
Nonviolence in America;
Title remainder
a documentary history
Creator
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Lynd, Staughton
Dewey number
323.20973
Index
no index present
LC call number
HM278
LC item number
.L9
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The American heritage series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Passive resistance
  • Résistance passive
  • Passive resistance
  • United States
  • Gewaltloser Widerstand
  • USA
Label
Nonviolence in America; : a documentary history
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xlvii-xlviii)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
[Part I] Quakers: First letter to the Delaware Indians / William Penn -- Journal / John Woolman -- Plea for the poor / John Woolman -- Letter to the President of the Continental Congress / Anthony Benezet -- [Part II] Abolitionists: Declaration of sentiments, 1838 / William Lloyd Garrison -- Christian non-resistance / Adin Ballou -- Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau -- Philosophy of the abolition movement / Wendell Phillips -- Passive resistance / Elihu Burritt -- [Part III] Anarchists: Speeches in court, 1886 / Michael Schwab and August Spies -- Relation of the state to the individual / Benjamin Tucker -- Anarchism: What it really stands for / Emma Goldman -- [Part IV] Progressives: Moral equivalent of war / William James -- Marx vs. Tolstoi / Clarence Darrow -- Letters from prison, 1917 / Suffragettes -- [Part V] Conscientious objectors, World War I: Statements of conscientious objection, 1917-1918 / Roger Baldwin and others -- Personal reactions during war / Jane Addams -- Atlanta prison, 1917 / Ammon Hennacy -- [Part VI] Trade unionists: Testimony before the industrial relations commission, 1915 / William Haywood -- Sit-down / Joel Seidman -- [Part VII] Conscientious objectors, World War II: Pacifist program in time of war, threatened war or fascism / Richard Gregg -- Why we refused to register / Donald Benedict and others -- Conscientious objectors in prison / Mulford Sibley and Asa Wardlaw -- [Part VIII] Direct Action for peace, post-World War II: Pilgrimage of a conscience / Maurice McCrackin -- Of holy disobedience / A.J. Muste -- "Why I am sailing into the Pacific bomb-test area" / Albert Bigelow -- Visible witness / Wilmer Young -- Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964: Discipline of nonviolence -- Peacewalkers' struggle in Albany, Georgia -- Letter by Ray Robinson -- Statement to Recorder's Court, Albany, Georgia -- Letter by Katherine Havice -- Declaration of conscience against the war in Vietnam -- [Part IX] Direct action for civil rights, post- World War II: Pilgrimage to nonviolence / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- CORE and SNCC statements of principle: CORE rules for action -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, statement of purpose -- Jailed-in / Thomas Gaither -- In pursuit of freedom / William Mahoney -- Voter registration, southwest Mississippi, 1961: Walthall County Register / John Hardy -- Mississippi violence vs. human rights -- Statement from the Burgland High School students -- P.T.A. requests readmittance of students -- Statement by a high-school student -- Messaage from jail / Robert Moses -- Voter registration, southwest Georgia, 1961-1963: Handbill, Albany Nonviolent movement -- Statement by a high-school student -- Lee County report / Jack Chatfield -- Letters from Sumter County jail -- Birmingham Manifesto, 1963 -- Letter from Brmingham City Jail / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Speech at March on Washington, 1963 / John Lewis -- Nonviolence on trial / Bayard Rustin: Speech to the Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1964 -- Harlem riot and nonviolence -- [Part X] Nonviolent revolution: Preservation of moral values in politics / Reinhold Niebuhr -- Future of nonviolence / David Dellinger
Control code
ocm00231456
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xlix, 535 pages
Lccn
65023010
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61663
  • (OCoLC)00231456
Label
Nonviolence in America; : a documentary history
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xlvii-xlviii)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
[Part I] Quakers: First letter to the Delaware Indians / William Penn -- Journal / John Woolman -- Plea for the poor / John Woolman -- Letter to the President of the Continental Congress / Anthony Benezet -- [Part II] Abolitionists: Declaration of sentiments, 1838 / William Lloyd Garrison -- Christian non-resistance / Adin Ballou -- Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau -- Philosophy of the abolition movement / Wendell Phillips -- Passive resistance / Elihu Burritt -- [Part III] Anarchists: Speeches in court, 1886 / Michael Schwab and August Spies -- Relation of the state to the individual / Benjamin Tucker -- Anarchism: What it really stands for / Emma Goldman -- [Part IV] Progressives: Moral equivalent of war / William James -- Marx vs. Tolstoi / Clarence Darrow -- Letters from prison, 1917 / Suffragettes -- [Part V] Conscientious objectors, World War I: Statements of conscientious objection, 1917-1918 / Roger Baldwin and others -- Personal reactions during war / Jane Addams -- Atlanta prison, 1917 / Ammon Hennacy -- [Part VI] Trade unionists: Testimony before the industrial relations commission, 1915 / William Haywood -- Sit-down / Joel Seidman -- [Part VII] Conscientious objectors, World War II: Pacifist program in time of war, threatened war or fascism / Richard Gregg -- Why we refused to register / Donald Benedict and others -- Conscientious objectors in prison / Mulford Sibley and Asa Wardlaw -- [Part VIII] Direct Action for peace, post-World War II: Pilgrimage of a conscience / Maurice McCrackin -- Of holy disobedience / A.J. Muste -- "Why I am sailing into the Pacific bomb-test area" / Albert Bigelow -- Visible witness / Wilmer Young -- Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964: Discipline of nonviolence -- Peacewalkers' struggle in Albany, Georgia -- Letter by Ray Robinson -- Statement to Recorder's Court, Albany, Georgia -- Letter by Katherine Havice -- Declaration of conscience against the war in Vietnam -- [Part IX] Direct action for civil rights, post- World War II: Pilgrimage to nonviolence / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- CORE and SNCC statements of principle: CORE rules for action -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, statement of purpose -- Jailed-in / Thomas Gaither -- In pursuit of freedom / William Mahoney -- Voter registration, southwest Mississippi, 1961: Walthall County Register / John Hardy -- Mississippi violence vs. human rights -- Statement from the Burgland High School students -- P.T.A. requests readmittance of students -- Statement by a high-school student -- Messaage from jail / Robert Moses -- Voter registration, southwest Georgia, 1961-1963: Handbill, Albany Nonviolent movement -- Statement by a high-school student -- Lee County report / Jack Chatfield -- Letters from Sumter County jail -- Birmingham Manifesto, 1963 -- Letter from Brmingham City Jail / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Speech at March on Washington, 1963 / John Lewis -- Nonviolence on trial / Bayard Rustin: Speech to the Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1964 -- Harlem riot and nonviolence -- [Part X] Nonviolent revolution: Preservation of moral values in politics / Reinhold Niebuhr -- Future of nonviolence / David Dellinger
Control code
ocm00231456
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xlix, 535 pages
Lccn
65023010
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61663
  • (OCoLC)00231456

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