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Author Ackerman, Peter, 1946-
Title A force more powerful : a century of nonviolent conflict / Peter Ackerman and Jack DuVall.
Imprint New York : Palgrave, 2001.
Edition First Palgrave paperback edition.

Author Ackerman, Peter, 1946-
Subject Nonviolence.
Social conflict.
Ethnic relations.
Social action.
Social justice.
Alt Name DuVall, Jack.
Description xv, 544 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Edition First Palgrave paperback edition.
Note "New updated edition" -- back cover.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [507]-534) and index.
Contents Russia, 1905 : the people strike -- India : movement for self-rule -- Poland : power from solidarity -- The Ruhrkampf, 1923 : resisting invaders -- Denmark, the Netherlands, the Rosenstrasse : resisting the Nazis -- El Salvador, 1944 : removing the General -- Argentina and Chile : resisting repression -- The American South : campaign for civil rights -- South Africa : campaign against apartheid -- the Philippines : restoring democracy -- The intifada : campaign for ahomeland -- China, Eastern Europe, Mongolia : the democratic tide -- The mythology of violence -- The new world of power -- Victory without violence.
ISBN 0312228643 (hb)
0312240503 (pb)
9780312240509 (pbk)
OCLC # 48779668
Table of Contents
 List of Photographs 
 List of Maps 
Pt. 1Movement to Power 
 Ch. 1Russia, 1905: The People Strike 
 Ch. 2India: Movement for Self-Rule 
 Ch. 3Poland: Power from Solidarity 
Pt. 2Resistance to Terror 
 Ch. 4The Ruhrkampf, 1923: Resisting Invaders 
 Ch. 5Denmark, the Netherlands, the Rosenstrasse: Resisting the Nazis 
 Ch. 6El Salvador, 1944: Removing the General 
 Ch. 7Argentina and Chile: Resisting Repression 
Pt. 3Campaigns for Rights 
 Ch. 8The American South: Campaign for Civil Rights 
 Ch. 9South Africa: Campaign against Apartheid 
 Ch. 10The Philippines: Restoring Democracy 
 Ch. 11The Intifada: Campaign for a Homeland 
 Ch. 12China, Eastern Europe, Mongolia: The Democratic Tide 
Pt. 4Violence and Power 
 Ch. 13The Mythology of Violence 
 Ch. 14The New World of Power 
 Conclusion: Victory without Violence 

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