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Nonviolence and Active Nonviolence

Turning the Tide, 1988


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Resource IDturningthetide1
Resource titleNonviolence and Active Nonviolence
Author(s)Taster Sheet
Publication/ sourceTurning the Tide
Date published 1988
Summary text/ abstractFor some activists and theorists, nonviolence is a secular word, meaning 'people power', that is social and political movements which use the power of demonstrations, non-cooperation or direct action to change a situation; it is a strategy, not a principled choice. For others, however, the word carries a religious meaning to do with the ultimate goal of nonviolent action and the spirit in which it is carried out. It is this meaning of the word which the Turning the Tide programme uses.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Neo-Luddism, Peace, Politics
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