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I must say that this is the best book I have read. In a general specific way, this book answers many of the ??? that goes inside my mind. "NONVIOLENCE RULES" . I just wish I can easily pass on this message to all humans killing each other in the name of whatever. Excellent book that must be read.
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Review: Nonviolence: Twenty-five Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea (Modern Library Chronicles #26)User Review - Steve - Goodreads
Mark Kurlansky is an excellent writer, He makes a very strong case for nonviolence. He sees nonviolence as a political tactic, and openly questions those cases in history that have been routinely ... Read full review
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