Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential

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Extending Horizons Books, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 598 pages
"Instructs how to strategically plan nonviolent action, a technique of waging conflict that uses protest, noncooperation and intervention. Draws parallels between nonviolent and military strategy. Documents twenty-three cases showing how nonviolent action has been applied to conflicts throughout the world in the twentieth century"--Provided by publisher.

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A must-read for scholars and activists by the master strategist himself. This volume contains a summary of Gene Sharp's ground-breaking work on nonviolent civil resistance that constituted the core writings for a majority of the social change strategists and movements of the 20th century, into the 21st and beyond. 

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A must read for all activists. This is the 21st century's "Art Of War". More crucial a strategy than guerilla warfare in matters of national localized conflict Read full review



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