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  • What About…? - Questions about Inciting Democracy
    many fronts which would likely reduce the extent of opposition or reformist co optation on any particular issue Also by working on all kinds of economic racial social and cultural issues simultaneously and taking a broad progressive perspective Vernal supported movements would be less vulnerable to accusations of elitism classism racism sexism ageism homophobia and so forth Strong progressive community Vernal supported change movements would develop a strong community spirit Activists would probably know and like each other which would make them less vulnerable to character assassination I expect each activist would also have much greater personal support from her friends and colleagues than most activists do now This would make each one less vulnerable to intimidation Emotionally healthy activists Vernal activists and those they supported would probably be much more emotionally healthy than current activists This would mean they would be less susceptible to manipulation by guilt hate and fear mongers Greater understanding of conflict and how to resolve it Members of Vernal supported change groups would know that conflict is inevitable and that it can be positive if handled well Hence they would be less likely to suppress conflict Vernal activists would also be skilled and knowledgeable in mediating and resolving conflict Practice of progressive ideals I expect Vernal supported social change groups would attempt to adhere to progressive ideals Their change actions would strive toward goals of fairness equity and democracy and their tactics would be open forthright democratic and nonviolent In this context secretive manipulative or offensive tactics or shortsighted shortcuts advocated by provocateurs would have little appeal In addition by adhering to these ideals progressive movements would be widely admired It would be much harder for opponents to criticize or stigmatize them Clear understanding of fundamental progressive change Members of Vernal supported change groups would probably have a clear understanding of the need for long term fundamental progressive change Consequently they would be less susceptible to calls to accept limited reform or to use unsavory tactics Alternative means of communication Vernal supported change groups would lilely build robust alternative means of communication between their organizations such as face to face meetings internal newsletters frequent phone calls and email They would also build effective means to communicate to the public such as pub lications community radio and web sites These communication channels would be less susceptible to disinformation and rumors propagated through conventional media or through infiltrators Movement supporters could hear directly from activists instead of hearing interpretations disseminated by a hostile mainstream press In Germany they came first for the Communists and I didn t speak up because I wasn t a Communist Then they came for the Jews and I didn t speak up because I wasn t a Jew Then they came for the trade unionists and I didn t speak up because I wasn t a trade unionist Then they came for the Catholics and I didn t speak up because I was a Protestant Then they came for me and by

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  • Still… - Questions about Inciting Democracy
    deceptive blather and disingenuous promises that they seldom keep Advertising constantly bombards us with splashy images and clever appeals that tempt us to purchase worthless products At the same time most things of true value to human beings are ignored mocked or repackaged into banal commodities So our whole culture repeatedly and pervasively informs us that significant positive change is impossible Hopelessness permeates our society like a thick cloud of poisonous gas numbing our senses and killing our spirits The heavy weight of despair keeps us down Every noble work is at first impossible Thomas Carlyle Moreover cynics incessantly cite innate human frailties like greed and arrogance and they recount the many previous failed efforts for positive change But these are really more excuses than reasons for failure For every way in which humans are warped or weak there is a way in which we are noble and strong For every promising initiative that has failed another soared beyond anyone s expectations I believe there are only five main obstacles to creating a good society and none of them is insurmountable We can overcome each by applying skilled effort methodically and patiently over time It may seem impossible but I believe our hopeless feelings indicate only how difficult it has been in the past for us to succeed and how painful it has been for us to fail repeatedly The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves and wiser people so full of doubts Bertrand Russell Still I may be wrong It may be impossible to create a good society or this particular way of getting there may be the wrong path I am heartened by the responses of the many experienced activists who critically evaluated the draft of this book Most expressed general skepticism that it would work but almost none offered specific reasons why it could not work Almost all of them encouraged me to continue working on this project I do not know if this effort will work or not but I believe it is the best chance we have Back to Top Back to Questions and Concerns Table of Contents 2 Your Assumptions May Be Wrong You make a large number of estimates and projections about how things might evolve Are you sure these are all reasonable Writing this book forced me to specify concretely how everything might work Consequently I am aware of the considerable number of assumptions and assertions I make and how large some of them are Each is subject to challenge and criticism In fact I can formulate powerful arguments against almost every assumption and assertion that I make Then again I also have strong and persuasive arguments in support of each of them Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible Graffiti Overall after carefully evaluating each one I am convinced these assumptions are sensible reasonable and compelling Still they may be wrong As the Vernal Project proceeds we can

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  • Back Cover of Inciting Democracy
    the Preface Summary of Each Chapter Read Download pdf Purchase a Copy Questions and Concerns Publicity Reviews and Testimonials Back Cover Flyers SpringForward Press Media Kit Speaking Engagements Courses Curriculum Papers Quotations Other The Back Cover of Inciting Democracy Back

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  • Flyers Describing Inciting Democracy
    and Testimonials Back Cover Flyers SpringForward Press Media Kit Speaking Engagements Courses Curriculum Papers Quotations Other Inciting Democracy A Practical Proposal for Creating a Good Society How we can develop and sustain a powerful grassroots social change movement by Randy Schutt Flyers 3 Fold Doubled Sided Flyer download pdf Print doubled sided then fold into thirds to make a brochure Half Page Doubled Sided Flyer download pdf Print double sided

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  • SpringForward Press
    Print Inciting Democracy A Practical Proposal for Creating a Good Society How We can Develop and Sustain a Powerful Grassroots Social Change Movement by Randy Schutt September 2001 23 95 ISBN 0 9703841 1 4 320 pages paperback 8 1 2 x 11 71 figures 270 quotations 233 annotated references a bibliography of 110 other cited works and a complete index Large view of cover Large view of back cover

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  • Speaking Tour for Inciting Democracy
    91 5 FM www kkup com Santa Clara CA Thu Mar 7 7 30 PM Bookshop Santa Cruz 1520 Pacific Ave Santa Cruz CA 831 423 0900 Tue Mar 12 7 00 PM Green Party Pima County GPPC Northwest Center 2160 N 6th Avenue Tucson AZ 520 881 8022 Wed Mar 13 7 00 PM Reader s Oasis Bookstore Rancho Center 3400 E Speedway 114 Tucson AZ 520 319 7887 Thu Mar 14 6 00 7 00 PM MST A View from Slightly Off Center show KXCI Radio Tucson AZ Sun Mar 17 1 00 3 00 PM The Green Party of Sedona and the Verde Valley The Adult Community Center of Sedona 2645 Melody Ln Sedona AZ 928 282 9525 or www sedona greens org Mon Mar 18 5 30 7 00 PM Discussion 7 00 9 00 PM Maricopa County Green Book Group Gentle Strength Co op 234 West University Drive http azgp org strategic html Tempe AZ Fri Mar 22 7 00 PM Fireside Books 29 N Franklin St Chagrin Falls OH 440 247 4050 Recorded Mon Apr 8 Unknown Broadcast Time Sam Greenfield WEVD Radio 1050 AM http www broadcast com radio Talk WEVD New York NY by phone Wed Apr 10 8 00 9 00 AM PDT From the Heart with Jeff Rogge KKUP Radio 91 5 FM www kkup com by phone Santa Clara CA by phone Thu Apr 25 Web Interview A Time for Choices New Dimensions Radio http www newdimensions org Real Audio download of 13 minute interview http www newdimensions org dimensions s RSchutt ram Ukiah CA by phone Mon Apr 29 9 00 10 00 AM EDT Down to Business with Andy Johnson WJGR Radio 1320 AM http www wjgr com Jacksonville FL by phone 904 645 7511 Wed May

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  • 4-Session Study Group - based on Inciting Democracy
    the role of religion How would a good society deal with rapists and murderers How would a good society deal with cults What role should clothing fashion and other fads play in a good society Would a good society allow or provide abortion Can our current society be transformed into a good society or must our current society be completely over turned and recreated from scratch Back to Session Summary Back to Top Session 2 Obstacles to Progressive Change Elements of an Effective Strategy Readings Inciting Democracy Ch 3 Obstacles to Progressive Change pp 33 58 Inciting Democracy Ch 4 Elements of an Effective Strategy for Democratic Transformation pp 59 74 Total pages 42 Additional Optional Readings The Tax Cut Con by Paul Krugman NY Times Magazine September 14 2003 http query nytimes com gst fullpage html res 990CE0DB173BF937A2575AC0A9659C8B63 or http www faireconomy org econ taxes KrugmanTaxCutCon html http www pkarchive org economy TaxCutCon html or What is Strategy by Z Magazine http www zmag org instructionals rtinstruc id61 htm Closed Hearts Closed Minds by Michael Lerner Tikkun September October 2003 http www tikkun org archive backissues xtik0309 editorials 030903a html view searchterm closed 20hearts 20closed 20minds Core Principles of Tikkun Tikkun http www tikkun org campus network core principles view searchterm Core 20Vision 20and 20Founding 20Principles Agenda Introductions Check in Obstacles Exercise As a group choose something we would like to change write it in a box at the left of the board To the right of this box brainstorm 2 5 obstacles that prevent that thing from changing Put each of them in a box and connect them with a line to the original item To the right of each of these boxes brainstorm 2 5 obstacles that prevent that obstacle from changing Put each of them in a box and connect them with a line to the obstacle Brief presentation on Chapters 3 4 Discussion of Chapters 3 4 Evaluation Discussion Questions Chapter 3 What stands in the way of us transforming our current society into a good society Inciting Democracy lists five primary obstacles to positive change Are these five really obstacles to change Are they the most im portant five Are there others Is there a ruling elite If so is it monolithic or are there many separate or overlapping factions If there is an elite how does it coordinate its effort How do people benefit from the current society How do each of us benefit Do we have some control over the current society Are we part of the power structure How is information and culture passed along from one generation to the next How can destructive aspects of culture be changed Who would suffer from social change and how How might we suffer What money or effort must be expended to bring about change Who can or should provide these resources How much can people change How much have you changed How much more will you change in the rest of your life

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  • ExCo Course, Oberlin College - Creating a Good Society
    would a good society provide transportation of goods and people commuting to work and traveling for leisure How would roads rails and airports be built and maintained How would a good society build and maintain infrastructure water sewage communication and energy How would a good society provide childcare elder care and healthcare routine and critical How would a good society provide education basic reading writing and arithmetic for children general education about philosophy art and the basics of society specialized training for particular work professions Who would get specialized training How would a good society produce goods useful necessities niceties and luxuries How much should be produced How would a good society provide other services like food preparation haircutting mail delivery firefighting emotional therapy and massage How would a good society provide creative art music dance drama comedy visual art television radio and video Who would be artists How would they be supported In a good society how would parks and museums be built and maintained Who in a good society would do basic research theoretical and laboratory How would they be supported In a good society what would happen to sewage garbage and toxic wastes In a good society how would trade be conducted Would a good society have money In a good society would interest be charged for loans Would there be insurance In a good society what things should be public and which should be private What should be controlled for the common good and what should be left to individuals In a good society who would own clothing housing industry and transportation equipment cars trucks railroads and aircraft What power and responsibilities would go along with ownership Who would control a good society How would decisions be made How would decisions be enforced In a good society how would people be motivated to behave usefully and responsibly and discouraged from behaving destructively How would a good society treat those with less capability children elders those who are physically disabled mentally retarded psychotic or addicted to strong drugs In a good society how much would they be helped or controlled and who would help or control them How would a good society deal with conflicting needs or desires such as the needs and desires of one person versus another one religious belief versus another leisure versus production ownership versus access noise versus quiet resource extraction and utilization versus the environment humans versus animals In a good society what would be the role of religion How would a good society deal with rapists and murderers How would a good society deal with someone who was able but unwilling to work How would a good society deal with cults What role should clothing fashion and other fads play in a good society Would a good society allow or provide abortion Can our current society be transformed into a good society or must our current society be completely overturned and recreated from scratch Back to Content Outline Back to Top Week 3 Aspects of a Good Society Introduction to Obstacles to Change Readings Building a Just and Caring World Four Cornerstones by Riane Eisler http www partnershipway org html subpages articles cornerstone htm Buying Dreams Visions for a Better Future by Michael Albert http www zmag org ParEcon writings albertold15 htm skim Inciting Democracy Appendix A Some Positive Near Term Policy Changes pp 239 246 Total pages about 18 Other Resources optional Riane Eisler Creating Partnership Futures My Life Work and Vision of the Future http www partnershipway org html subpages articles creatingfuture htm Paradigm Shift The Decline and Fall of the Dominator Culture An Interview with Riane Eisler by Stephen Marshall published on the Guerrilla News Network August 2002 http www partnershipway org html subpages articles paradymshift htm Agenda Introductions names Check in Values Clarification Exercise What is important Group brainstorm Things you would give up under no circumstances Things you would give up for a good society Discussion of the readings and of elements of a good society Switch focus to Obstacles to Creating a Good Society to be continued next week Obstacles Exercise As a group choose something we would like to change perhaps from the list generated last time write it in a box at the left of the board To the right of this box brainstorm 2 5 obstacles that prevent that thing from changing Put each of them in a box and connect them with a line to the original item To the right of each of these boxes brainstorm 2 5 obstacles that prevent that obstacle from changing Put each of them in a box and connect them with a line to the obstacle Evaluation Discussion Questions Riane Eisler emphasizes moving from a dominator to a partnership model She focuses on early childhood development gender relations economic relations especially regarding women and spiritual relations as critical to a good society Are these more important than the traditional political realm Is Eisler s partnership model the same as abiding by the Golden Rule Michael Albert argues against Soviet style communism as well as against social democratic government Is participatory democracy a good alternative Albert argues in favor of inter communalism as a way to value and preserve a variety of cultures Would this truly allow multiculturalism Should destructive cultures be valued and preserved What would constitute a destructive culture Albert argues against both rewarding talent and rewarding owners of productive equipment capitalists Why is talent which is the outcome of a genetic lottery any more deserving of reward than the contributions of privately owned means of production which is the outcome of an inheritance lottery Do you agree with this perspective Should only effort be rewarded How much should effort talent or capital be rewarded Back to Content Outline Back to Top Week 4 Obstacles to Positive Change Readings Inciting Democracy Ch 3 Obstacles to Progressive Change pp 33 58 Total pages 26 Special Reading 2 The Power Structure The Shaping of the American Polity excerpted from Who Rules America Now by G William Domhoff Touchstone Books 1983 http www thirdworldtraveler com Ruling Elites AmericanPolity WRAN html Total pages about 15 Special Reading 3 The Military Industrial Complex Money Talks The Implications of U S Budget Priorities by Robert L Borosage September 1999 skim http www fpif org papers money index body html Ruling Elites Move to the Right from Rollback Right wing Power in U S Foreign Policy by Thomas Bodenheimer and Robert Gould South End Press 1989 http www thirdworldtraveler com Foreign Policy RulingElites MoveRight html Total pages about 30 Special Reading 4 Economic Media Power Structure The Tax Cut Con by Paul Krugman NY Times Magazine September 14 2003 http www nytimes com 2003 09 14 magazine 14TAXES html ei 1 en 1b27864b8f18d083 ex 1065197294 pagewanted all position or http www pkarchive org economy TaxCutCon html or http thomasmc com 0913a htm Using MLK to Keep You in Your Place by Cynthia Peters ZNet Daily Commentaries March 15 2002 http www zmag org sustainers content 2002 03 15peters cfm Total pages about 20 Special Reading 5 Inner Healing Tikkun Community Core Vision and Founding Principles Tikkun 11 19 2001 26 web pages http www tikkun org community index cfm action community article 1 html Closed Hearts Closed Minds by Michael Lerner Tikkun September October 2003 http www tikkun org magazine index cfm action tikkun issue tik0309 article 030903a html Total pages about 20 Agenda Welcome Check in Presentation by a student on Special Reading 2 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 2 Presentation by a student on Special Reading 3 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 3 Presentation by a student on Special Reading 4 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 4 Presentation by a student on Special Reading 5 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 5 Other Obstacles Exercise Group brainstorm Besides the five primary obstacles described in Inciting Democracy what others stand in the way Decide Do the five major items encompass these items or should they be added to the list Discussion of the readings Evaluation Discussion Questions What stands in the way of us transforming our current society into a good society Inciting Democracy lists five primary obstacles to positive change Are these five really obstacles to change Are they the most important five Are there others Is there a ruling elite If so is it monolithic or are there many separate or overlapping factions If there is an elite how does it coordinate its effort How do people benefit from the current society How do each of us benefit Do we have some control over the current society Are we part of the power structure How is information and culture passed along from one generation to the next How can destructive aspects of culture be changed Who would suffer from social change and how How might we each suffer What money or effort must be expended to bring about change Who can or should provide these resources How much can people change How much have you changed How much more will you change in the rest of your life How effective are social change organizations in bringing about positive change Is in fighting a problem in social change organizations Is lack of knowledge or skill a problem Back to Content Outline Back to Top Week 5 Elements of an Effective Strategy for Transformation Mid Term Paper is Due Next Week Readings Inciting Democracy Ch 4 Elements of an Effective Strategy for Democratic Transformation pp 59 74 Total pages 16 Special Reading 6 Strategy What is Strategy by Z Magazine http www creativeresistance ca toolkit toolkit what is strategy htm or http www zmag org instructionals rtinstruc id61 htm read all 14 articles listed on the left Total pages about 20 Special Reading 7 Steady Plodding The Nonviolent Army Revisited by Ted Glick Future Hope column September 10 2003 http lists gp us org pipermail iowa dx 2003 September 000158 html A Post Mortem On The Peace Movement by Cynthia Peters ZNet Activism Watch December 27 2001 http www zmag org content Activism peters peace movement cfm Robin Hood Was Right by Cynthia Peters ZNet Daily Commentaries May 28 2000 http www zmag org ZSustainers ZDaily 2000 05 28peters htm Five Guidelines for Our Organizing by Cynthia Peters ZNet Activism Watch March 31 2003 http www zmag org content Activism petersfive cfm Total pages about 20 Special Reading 8 Thoughts of Michael Albert Looking Back Moving Forward Sonia Shah of South End Press Interviews Michael Albert http www zmag org llessons htm Discussion on Radical Strategy Sabotage and the Weathermen by Michael Albert http www spunk org library misc sp000209 txt Total pages about 25 Other Resources optional Another World is Happening by Dan Merkle March 3 2003 http www ippn org article php ID sprnews03i html Anarcho syndicalism by Tom Wetzel October 21 2002 http www infoshop org texts as wetzel html Agenda Welcome Check in Change Exercise Group brainstorm For each of the 10 change strategies listed on pp 59 62 of Inciting Democracy brainstorm examples when this strategy was effective in bringing about significant change Then brainstorm some other strategies and brainstorm examples of their use Presentation by a student on Special Reading 6 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 6 Presentation by a student on Special Reading 7 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 7 Presentation by a student on Special Reading 8 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 8 Discussion Evaluation Discussion Questions Inciting Democracy lists ten traditional strategies for bringing about positive change What are the strengths and limitations of each one Which of these ten should we consider using now Which should we not use Are there others that would be better Inciting Democracy lists seven crucial characteristics of fundamental change efforts Are these important Are there others equally important Inciting Democracy calls for a strategy based on mass education and powerful nonviolent social change movements Is this a good strategy What strategy might be better Inciting Democracy lists six essential components of an effective strategy Are these important Are there others equally important Back to Content Outline Back to Top Week 6 A Strategic Program for Societal Change Mid Term Paper is Due the Monday before class at 9 00 AM Readings Inciting Democracy part of Ch 5 A Strategic Program to Create a Good Society only pp 75 87 Total pages 20 Special Reading 9 Thich Nhat Hanh s Mindfulness About Thich Nhat Hanh http www iamhome org tnh htm Thay s 14 Precepts by Thich Nhat Hanh http www seaox com thich html bottom of page or http www prajnaparamita com newpage16 htm bottom of page The Five Mindfulness Trainings by Thich Nhat Hanh http www spiritwalk org thichnhathanh htm writings Man is Not Our Enemy by Thich Nhat Hanh only 1st three paragraphs and last two paragraphs http www plumvillage org Vietnam man is not our enemy htm New Century Message from Thich Nhat Hanh by Thich Nhat Hanh December 7 1999 http www plumvillage org general new century message from TNH htm Total pages about 10 Agenda Welcome Check in Presentation by a student on Special Reading 9 Clarifying questions about Special Reading 9 Discussion Leadership Exercise Figure 5 1 lists 28 leadership roles necessary for social change On a piece of paper list the roles that you often take and seem to be skilled in Which would you like to be good at Now in pairs explain to your partner then switch and have her him explain to you Evaluation Discussion Questions Inciting Democracy describes a 4 stage program for change with each stage taking approximately 20 years Does this program seem reasonable What would be a better scenario How important is it for activists to transform themselves so their behavior is consonant with a good society How important is it for activists to develop their knowledge and skills How important is it for activists to form a supportive community How important is it for activists to work through the conventional power structure How important is it to work outside the system demonstrations etc How important is it to develop alternative institutions How important is it to rely on or control news and other communication media versus face to face discussions How important is leadership in social change efforts What is the best model of leadership a single strong leader a leadership group or widely dispersed leadership What is the best kind of societal transformation short and fast less than a year or long and measured involving many years of gradual change What is the best kind of societal transformation a revolution led by a small number of people a revolution led by a large group a massive change involving wide segments of the population a transformation led by a majoritarian movement or a transformation involving a unanimous movement of everyone in society Back to Content Outline Back to Top Week 7 Nonviolent Action Violent Action and Endurance Readings Inciting Democracy part of Ch 5 A Strategic Program to Create a Good Society only pp 87 94 Why Nonviolence Introduction to Nonviolence Theory and Strategy by Bob Irwin and Gordon Faison 1978 revised 1983 http www vernalproject org OPapers WhyNV WhyNonviolence1 html Fighting To Win An Interview with Craig Rosebraugh by Darby Dargymm http thunderbay indymedia org news 2003 04 6185 php Total pages about 24 Special Reading 10 Pacifist Perspectives September 11 A Pacifist Response by Stanley Hauerwas Hospitality October 2002 http www opendoorcommunity org HospOct02 pdf front page article Christian Pacifism http www gutlesspacifist com archives 00000291 htm A Pacifist Dictionary by Kate Maloy http www nonviolence org issues pacifist dictionary php The Failure of War by Wendell Berry YES Magazine Winter 2001 2002 http www commondreams org views01 1207 01 htm Total pages about 18 Special Reading 11 A Variety of Perspectives on NV Action The Parameters of Nonviolent Action What Makes An Action Nonviolent Nonviolent Activist War Resisters League http www warresisters org nva0701 2 htm Total pages about 15 Special Reading 12 Strategic Nonviolent Action How to Topple Saddam with Weapons of Will by Pete Ackerman http www sojo net index cfm action magazine article issue soj0209 article 020910 Mass Action Since Seattle by George Lakey October 2000 http www trainingforchange org strategy mass action html Total pages about 25 Special Reading 13 A Dialog Arresting Disobedience by Jessica Azulay ZNet Daily Commentaries January 22 2003 http www zmag org sustainers content 2003 01 22azulay cfm True Resistance What Nonviolence Is by Gordon Clark ZNet Daily Commentaries February 06 2003 http www zmag org Sustainers content 2003 02 06clark cfm Revisiting Civil Un arrest and Dis obedience by Jessica Azulay ZNet Daily Commentaries March 02 2003 http www zmag org sustainers content 2003 03 02azulay cfm Total pages about 18 Special Reading 14 On Diversity of Tactics Anarchy in the USA Militant Non violence and the Politics of Protest part 2 of an interview of David Graeber by Charles Maol http www guerrillanews com globalization doc332 html What is Diversity of Tactics by an anonymous activist http www greenfyre org gfyre whatisdot html Getting Our Tactics Right Lessons from the Calgary G8 Mobilization by Starhawk July 2002 http www starhawk org activism activism writings tacticsright html Total pages about 17 Special Reading 15 More on Diversity of Tactics Turning Point by L A Kauffman May 2001 http www free radical org issue16 shtml A Diversity of Tactics by Abby Scher In These Times May 28 2001 http www inthesetimes com issue 25 13 scher2513 html Diversity of Tactics Democracy by George Lakey Clamor Magazine March April 2002 http www trainingforchange org reports 2002 diversity of tactics html Total pages about 15 Other Resources optional A Practical Christian Pacifism by David A Hoekema http www religion online org cgi bin relsearchd dll showarticle item id 115 Can Love Save the World by Walter Wink Winter 2001 2002 http www futurenet org 20spirituality wink htm Philosophy of Nonviolence

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