"Nonviolence: a tactic and philosophy for social change"
Orderly social change in America: is it possible?
1 hour 25 minutes
Old Main Auditorium
McReynolds, an anti-war and draft resistance activist, served on the staff of the War Resisters League from 1960 until his retirement in 1999. His pamphlet, The Philosophy of Nonviolence, gained McReynolds wide recognition as a proponent of pacifist-socialism.
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Nonviolence, Social change -- United States
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McReynolds, David, ""Nonviolence: a tactic and philosophy for social change"" (1968). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 52.