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Accession #MU2018/31
TopicPeace: Resources
KeywordsCivil Disobedience,
TitlePeace Materials
SizeSmall Box with accession number
LocationIS, Unit #10
CitationPeace Materials, MU2018/31, Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceCollection of the Archives
Scope and Content

Booklets and brochures and bibliography related to the topic of "Peace" written by various organizations and individuals.

"Now About Peace," A Teacher's Guide on peace for Grades 5-6 by James McKinnell.

"The Peace Testimony of Friends in the 20th Century," by the Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace.

"Of Holy Disobedience," by A. J. Muste, 1952 and 1968.

"Saints for this Age," by A. J. Muste, 1962.

"Morality and Modern War," by John Courtney Murray, S. J., published by The Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1971.

"The Living Witness of John Woolman," by Phillips Moulton, 1973.

"The Life and Work of Stuart Morris," by Sybil Morrison.

"Bibliography of Books on War, Pacifism, Non-Violence and Related Studies," Compiled and Edited by William Robert Miller,1965.

"Radical Christian Thought, Easy Essays." by Peter Maurin with Preface by Dorothy Day, 1971.

"Intercom, A Resource Guide and Program Catalyst on War/Peace Issues: Disarmament; International Organization; Regional Problems; Aif, Trade and Development; Ethics and War," Vol. 12, Fall, 1970, "Education on War, Peace, Conflict, and Change."

"Just War and Pacifism, a Catholic Dialogue," edited by James Jennings, 1973.

"Delivered into Resistance," essarys by Berrigan, Deming, Forest, Kunstler, Lynd, Shaull, Catonsville 9, Milwaukee 14 (the catonsville nine - milwaukee fourteen defense committee), 1969.

"John Woolman and the 20th Century," Reginald Reynolds, 1958.

"Saints for this Age," A. J. Muste, 1962.

"Why I Returned by Croix de Guerre," by Oril Elsie Henthorne, and apparently signed by author (Oril Henthorne).

"Words of Conscience, Religious Statements on Conscientious Objection," from the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors.

"Religious Statements on Amnesty," from the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors.

"War Resistance in Historical Perspective," by Larry Gara, 1970.

"What Counts is Life," by Thiago de Mello, with translation by Gertrude Pax.

Date of Accession01 January 1980
Bio History NoteThiago de Mello, Brazillian poet.
Archivist NoteDescription prepared 15 March 2018 by Jeanine Wine.
 


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