198 Methods of Nonviolent Action

1973

by Sharp, Gene

2 pages

The Albert Einstein institution released Gene Sharpe’s non-exhaustive list of methods of nonviolent actions. The Institution believes that far too often people struggling for democratic rights and justice are not aware of the full range of methods of nonviolent action. Wise strategy, attention to the dynamics of nonviolent struggle, and careful selection of methods can increase a group’s chances of success.

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Title
198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
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Creative Commons (CC BY-NC 4.0)
Date
1973
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Boston, MA
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English
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Nonviolence International
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The Albert Einstein institution released Gene Sharpe’s non-exhaustive list of methods of nonviolent actions. The Institution believes that far too often people struggling for democratic rights and justice are not aware of the full range of methods of nonviolent action. Wise strategy, attention to the dynamics of nonviolent struggle, and careful selection of methods can increase a group’s chances of success.
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2