by George Lakey - £14.00 Peace News Press (2012)
paperback ISBN 13: 9780946409167 | ISBN 10: 0946409161
"For 50 years, George Lakey has pursued radical nonviolence with determination, imagination and a wondrously creative intelligence. He has put his body on the line for peace and justice, and he has helped develop soul-searching and self-renewal into the kind of discipline that can power activism through the decades. With the addition of an opening chapter for the Occupy generation, this book is more timely than ever."
(Milan Rai, co-editor of Peace News)
"The biggest mistake made by individuals and groups seeking change is the failure to choose tactics carefully and plan a realistic strategy. Too many times they expect quick change with little effort. However, as action without a plan is poor, planning without action is worse. This book gives a clear understanding of nonviolence as an effective means for developing a mass movement for change and leaves no doubt about the hard work required to bring it about."
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