The Peace Reform in American History

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The Peace Reform in American History

By Charles DeBenedetti
Indiana University Press, 1980
245 pp. $18.50

A brief, sympathetic analysis of the thinking and tactics of Americans who, from colonial times to the present, have opposed war. The author concludes that "the peace movement stands as a minority reform in America because it constitutes a subculture opposed to the country's dominant power culture and power realities."

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