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Radical Pacifism

The War Resisters League and Gandhian Nonviolence in America, 1915-1963 (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution)

by Scott H. Bennett

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Syracuse University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: from c 1900 -,
  • Peace studies,
  • 20th century,
  • Political Science,
  • Pacifism,
  • History - U.S.,
  • War Resisters League,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • USA,
  • Peace,
  • Political Ideologies - General,
  • United States - General,
  • Nonviolence,
  • History,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8049515M
    ISBN 10081563028X
    ISBN 109780815630289

    New Wars for Old: Being a Statement of Radical Pacifism in Terms of Force Versus Non-resistance, with Special Reference to the Facts and Problems of the Great War John Haynes Holmes Dodd, Mead, - Devil - pages.   Mister Rogers’ Radical Pacifist Neighborhood Michael Long’s new book, Peaceful Neighbor, dares to place Mister Rogers in his social, historical, and political context. I say “dares” because this can be more threatening to the reader than she might expect.

    This deeply researched book is the first history of the War Resisters League, an organization that represents the major vehicle of secular radical pacifism in the United States. Besides opposing all U.S. wars and championing conscientious objection to these wars, Scott H. Bennett shows how the. Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target. Read reviews and buy Radical Pacifism - (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution (Paperback)) by Scott Bennett at Target. Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or Drive Up.

    Soon more radical pacifists came to the fore, and the peace movement in the United States became connected with other causes under the leadership of such men as Elihu Burritt and William Lloyd Garrison. However, Garrison later abandoned his pacifism and advocated war to end slavery.   Reagan opposed torture in all circumstances, fought the Cold War and also signed the UN Convention against torture; and he was not a radical pacifist. John Paul II opposed torture in all Author: The Daily Dish.


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Using traditional archival material and oral history sources, Marian Mollin examines how gender and race shaped and limited the political efforts of radical pacifist women and men, highlighting how activists linked pacifism to militant masculinity and privileged the priorities of its predominantly white members.

This deeply researched book is the first history of the War Resisters League, an organization that represents the major vehicle of secular radical pacifism in the United States/5(5). Radical Pacifism: The War Resisters League and Gandhian Nonviolence in America, (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) Paperback – December 1, by Scott Bennett (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editionsCited by: 9.

Radical pacifism refers to a particular nonviolent movement in the United States in the s and 50s of conscientious objectors (CO’s). These men, who refused to fight in any war and took active steps to undermine the war system, were mostly from the Christian Peace Churches and also were influenced by Gandhi.

Radical pacifism began in opposition to World War II, when A.J. Muste, David. This deeply researched book is the first history of the War Resisters League, an organization that represents the major vehicle of secular radical pacifism in the United States. Radical Pacifism in Modern America traces cycles of success and decline in the radical wing of the American peace movement, an egalitarian strain of pacifism that stood at the vanguard of antimilitarist organizing and American radical dissent from to Using traditional archival material and oral history sources, Marian Mollin examines how gender and race shaped and limited.

Radical Pacifism: The War Resisters League and Gandhian Nonviolence in America, Scott H Bennett. Syracuse University Press, Dec 1, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. Offering a comprehensive history of the War Resisters League, this book explores the evolution of the organization from a single-issue pacifist registry, educational.

Introduction Radical Pacifism in Modern America tells a story of contradictions. Its subject, the members of the American radical pacifist movement, were militant activists committed to counter-cultural revolt but mired nonetheless in mainstream social and cultural by: Synopsis Radical Pacifism in Modern America traces cycles of success and decline in the radical wing of the American peace movement, an egalitarian strain of pacifism that stood at the vanguard of antimilitarist organizing and American radical dissent from to Author: Marian Mollin.

(pp. ) Radical Pacifism in Modern America tells a story of contradictions. Its subject, the members of the American radical pacifist movement from World War II through the Vietnam War era, is the militant activists who were committed to countercultural revolt but.

New Wars for Old: Being a Statement of Radical Pacifism in Terms of Force Versus Non-resistance, with Special Reference to the Facts and Problems of the Great War. John Haynes Holmes. Dodd, Mead and Company, Preview this book.

Pacifism covers a spectrum of views, including the belief that international disputes can and should be peacefully resolved, calls for the abolition of the institutions of the military and war, opposition to any organization of society through governmental force (anarchist or libertarian pacifism), rejection of the use of physical violence to obtain political, economic or social goals, the obliteration of force, and.

In his first book, James Tracy explores the evolution and history of radical pacifism, the nonviolent protest method that peaked in the United States during the s. Tracy tells the little-known story of the Union Eight, a group of students at the Union Theological Seminary who refused to enter the draft for World War II in Cited by: Introduction Radical Pacifism in Modern Americatells a story of contradictions.

Its subject, the members of the American radical pacifist movement, were militant activists committed to counter-cultural revolt but mired nonetheless in mainstream social and cultural values.

This deeply researched book is the first history of the War Resisters League, an organization that represents the major vehicle of secular radical pacifism in the United States. Besides opposing all U.S.

wars and championing conscientious objection to these wars, Scott H. Bennett shows how the WRLled by its colorful membersfunctioned as a. She is the author of Radical Pacifism in Modern America: Egalitarianism and Protest.

Her current book project, The Power of Faith: Understanding the Life and Death of Sister Ita Ford, explores connections between gender, religion, and politics in the postwar era.

Doug Rossinow teaches history at the University of Oslo, Norway. radical pacifist super-heroes, villains, and other characters Show only: 8 radical pacifist heroes | 14 radical pacifist villains | 5 radical pacifist clergy Number of characters in this sub-list: 42 (out of a total of 36, in the database).

Matthew Fleischer's "Jesus the Pacifist" is a natural sequel to his thoughtful "The Old Testament Case for Nonviolence." That book shows what God was doing in the Old Testament and how it prepared Israel for the coming of Jesus.

In this new book, Fleischer examines Jesus's teachings about how we should treat others: basically, the golden rule/5(13). Kenneth Rexroth: Poet, Pacifist, Radical, and Reluctant Father of the Beat Generation For the exciting tale of Rexroth’s turbulent Hoosier upbringing and the mischief he got into along the way, see part one: The Midwestern Making of Kenneth Rexroth.

Anarcho-pacifism (also pacifist anarchism or anarchist pacifism) is a school of thought within anarchism that advocates for the use of peaceful, non-violent forms of resistance in the struggle for social change.

Anarcho-pacifism rejects the principle of violence, which is seen as a form of power and therefore as contradictory to key anarchist ideals such as the rejection of hierarchy and. This deeply researched book is the first history of the War Resisters League, an organization that represents the major vehicle of secular radical pacifism in the United States.

Besides opposing all U. S. wars and championing conscientious objection to these wars, Scott H. Bennett shows how the WRL --. Radical Pacifism in Modern America traces cycles of success and decline in the radical wing of the American peace movement, an egalitarian strain of pacifism that stood at the vanguard of antimilitarist organizing and American radical dissent from to Using traditional archival material and oral history sources, Marian Mollin examines how gender and race shaped and limited Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.It would have told the story of a Calvinist intellectual preacher who transformed into a revolutionary labor leader, before finally transforming into a radical prophet of Christian pacifism.

But he never finished the book. Muste was a busy man, and there was always a world that needed redeeming.