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Author Hartsough, David,
Title Waging peace : global adventures of a lifelong activist / David Hartsough, with Joyce Hollyday.
Imprint Oakland, CA : PM Press, [2014]
©2014

Subject Hartsough, David.
Pacifists -- Biography.
Peace movements -- Biography.
Political activists -- Biography.
Social justice -- Biography.
War -- Prevention -- History -- Biography.
Alt Name Hollyday, Joyce,
Description 1 online resource
Summary David Hartsough knows how to get in the way. He has used his body to block Navy ships headed for Vietnam and trains loaded with munitions on their way to El Salvador and Nicaragua. He has crossed borders to meet the enemy in East Berlin, Castro's Cuba, and present-day Iran. He has marched with mothers confronting a violent regime in Guatemala and stood with refugees threatened by death squads in the Philippines. Hartsough's stories inspire, educate, and encourage readers to find ways to work for a more just and peaceful world. Inspired by the examples of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr., Hartsough has spent his life experimenting with the power of active nonviolence. Engaging stories on every page provide a peace activist's eyewitness account of many of the major historical events of the past 60 years, including the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements in the United States as well as the little-known but equally significant nonviolent efforts in the Soviet Union, Kosovo, Palestine, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines. Waging Peace is a testament to the difference one person can make; however, it is more than one man's memoir: it shows how this struggle is waged all over the world by ordinary people committed to ending the spiral of violence and war.
Contents Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Foreword by John Dear; Introduction by George Lakey; Acknowledgments and Thanks; chapter 1: The Seeds Are Sown: A Childhood Experiment with Nonviolence; chapter 2: One Common Humanity: Meeting Dr. King and a Lunch Counter Showdown; chapter 3: Crossing Borders: Citizen Diplomacy in Cuba and Yugoslavia; chapter 4: Bridging the Divide: Forging Peace at Checkpoint Charlie; chapter 5: Meeting the "Enemy": Making Friends with Russians During the Cold War; chapter 6: Taking a Stand: Life as a Conscientious Objector.
Chapter 7: Blockade: Standing in the Way of Bombs Headed for Namchapter 8: Reversing the Blueprint: Saying No to Nukes; chapter 9: Accompaniment: Into the Central American War Zones; chapter 10: Assault on the Tracks: Facing Violence with Love and Courage; chapter 11: The World Is Watching: Facing Down Death Squads; chapter 12: A Force for Peace: Creating a Nonviolent Army; chapter 13: Taking the Long View: Active Nonviolence in Palestine and Averting War with Iran; chapter 14: Transforming Our Society from One Addicted to Violence and War to One Based on Justice and Peace with the World.
Proposal for Ending All War: An Idea Whose Time Has ComeResources for Further Study and Action: What You Can Do; Ten Lessons Learned From My Life of Activism; Hartsough's Sentencing Statement for Nonviolent Protest Opposing Drones at Beale AFB; Suggested DVDs, Books, and Websites for Further Study and Action; The Six Principles and Six Steps of Kingian Nonviolence; Afterword by Ken Butigan; About the Authors.
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ISBN 1322063133 (electronic bk.)
9781322063133 (electronic bk.)
9781629630519 (electronic bk.)
1629630519 (electronic bk.)
9781629630830 (electronic bk.)
1629630837 (electronic bk.)
9781629630342
OCLC # 888349175
Additional Format Print version: 9781322063133