THE POWER OF NON-VIOLENCE by Richard B. Gregg

THE POWER OF NON-VIOLENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An intelligent effort in the direction of doing something about sustaining peace without violence. The reasoning veers off into the idealistic now and again, but at least puts into the hands of those who are fighting militarism, logical weapons. Specific examples of international difficulties which have been settled by non-violence; the discussion of two notable examples, -- the Jews and the Indians under Ghandi. Non-violence must have its roots in the mind. There must be constant striving for truth, love of mankind, consciousness of the principals which the individual knows to be right. Not an easy book to sell, but watch for an opening, and call it to your customers' attention, individually.

Pub Date: Sept. 13th, 1934
ISBN: 1443732915
Publisher: Lippincott