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To Reagan's Doorstep. . . Handbook for Nonviolent Civil Disobedience at the White House, April 22, 1985
This in an event handbook on nonviolent civil disobedience released in 1985 in Washington DC, for the April Action for Peace, Jobs, and Justice, that consisted of four days of direct actions against the Reagan Administration. The handbook not only outlines the intention of participants but also provides preparatory steps for the participants. The topics include nonviolence, scenarios/guidelines, maps, legal, noncooperation, representing yourself, affinity groups and support, decision making, racism, overcoming male oppression, a sign up sheet and a calendar. The demands of April Action for Peace, Jobs, and Justice in the book included stopping U.S. military intervention in Central America, supporting human freedom and dignity by also ending intervention in in the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific, and Europe, creating jobs, and cutting the military budget.