Nonviolence Today No.23, Oct/Nov/Dec 1991

23.1 The inside front cover
23.2 Moscow Diary
23.3 Social Defence, the Coup, and a Sort of Revolution:
Three days that counted for more than six years of perestroika
23.4 You Can't Take The People's Victory Away From Them.
Nonviolence Trainers Needed in USSR
23.5 Chilean Death Ship
23.6 Pledge of Resistance Aftermath
23.7 Towards Nonviolence In Ravenshoe
23.8 Tax Resister Bankrupt?
23.9 Water Tanks Not War Tanks
23.10 Nonviolence International
23.11 Croatian Peace Network Formed
23.12 Network Perceptions
23.13 Japanese Activists Visit
23.14 Transnational Gathering of Nonviolence Trainers
23.15 ANZUS Plowshares Trial
23.16 A Long Way To Go

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