The cover artwork is by Jean Mulligan . The other drawings are by Mary-Anne Cotter and Jean.
Printing by Reprographics, Griffith University.
1 The Long Walk Mary Heath & Greg Ogle
2 An Experience of Bail Resistance Mark Cerin
3 Gorleben Peace Team Hagen Berndt
4 Nonviolent Struggle and the Built Environment Helen Gillett,
and Chris Rust
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