About the Cover
The cover artwork is by Stephen Francis, and relates to the article Clayoquot
Forest Protest Camp on page 11.
Printing by Inkwell Press, 36 Industrial Ave, Wacol 4076.
38.1 Network Facilitation Collective Margaret Pestorius
Living The Truth
38.2 Nonviolence as a Way of Life Robert J. Burrowes
38.3 Nonviolence and Bent Cops:
A Response to Nonviolent Activism and Police
A Response to Nonviolent Activism and PoliceMark D. Hayes
38.4 Forest Campaigns:
A Case Study of East Gippsland 1993-1994
A Case Study of East Gippsland 1993-1994Robert J. Burrowes
38.5 Nurrungar Taxi Poll James Langley
38.6 Clayoquot Forest Protest Camp Chrystal Kleiman
38.7 Nonviolence and People Power in East Germany Roland Bleiker
38.8 Bougainville Protest Jim Dowling
38.9 Thanks Patsy Molloy
38.10 Congratulations Roland Bleiker
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