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35.1 Australian Nonviolence Network
35.2 Reflections On Yeshua Moser's Visit Mary Heath & Greg Ogle
35.3 Sex and Social Activists Brian Martin
35.4 What Can Men Do? Robert J. Burrowes
35.5 Who Cares About Our Suffering? Yeshua Moser
35.6 Monkey-Wrenching the Movement Tim Cadman
35.6 A Response Bryan Law
35.7 Quaker & Buddhists in Thai Forest George Lakey
35.8 Nonviolence Education and Training Project
35.9 How to Introduce CBD to Military and Other Traditional Defense Oriented
35.10 The Strategic Theory of Nonviolent Defence: A Gandhian Approach Robert
35.11 Tax Resistance Continues... Robert J. Burrowes
35.12 Civil disobedience in Canada David Corbett
35.12 From Canada... Mike Gifford
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