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A Selected Bibliography

Catherine Morris

Nonviolence

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"Nonviolent direct action" is also sometimes referred to as "nonviolent conflict." Please also refer to the collection of online articles by Mohandas K. Gandhi and other resources at the Gandhi Museum and Library in Mumbai. Also see Carter, Clark, and Randle's extensive online bibliography A Guide to Civil Resistance and other resources on that site. See a list of other organizations involved in nonviolent direct action and peace education. Compare with works listed at Just War Theories: Philosophical, Religious and International Law Perspectives .


Also See some Nonviolent Direct Action Guides and Manuals


Abu-Nimer, Mohammed. Nonviolence and Peace Building in Islam: Theory and Practice. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2003.

Ackerman, Peter, and Jack Duvall. A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict. New York: Palgrave Publishers, 2000.

Ackerman, Peter, and Christopher Kruegler. Strategic Nonviolent Conflict: The Dynamics of People Power in the 20th Century. Westport, CT: Praeger, l993.

Albert, David H. People Power: Applying Nonviolence Theory. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1985.

Alther, Gretchen. "Colombian Peace Communities: The Role of NGOs in Supporting Resistance to Violence and Oppression." Development in Practice 16(3/4)(June 2006): 278-291.

Alther, Gretchen, John Lindsay-Poland, and Sarah Weintraub. Building from the Inside Out: Peace Initiatives in War-Torn Colombia. San Francisco, California: American Friends Service Committee and the Fellowship of Reconciliation, 2004.

American Friends Service Committee. Speak Truth to Power: A Quaker Search for an Alternative To Violence. Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1955.

Asher, Sarah Beth, Lester R. Kurtz, and Stephen Zunes, eds. Nonviolent Social Movements: A Geographical Perspective. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1999.

Awad, Mubarak. Nonviolent Resistance in the Middle East. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1985.

Beer, Michael, ed. A Peace Team Reader: Nonviolent Third-Party Crisis Interventions by NGOs Washington, DC: Nonviolence International, 1993.

Bishop, Jim. The Days of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. New York: G. P. Putnam Sons, 1971.

Bobo, Kim, Jackie Kendall, and Steve Max. Organizing for Social Change: Midwest Academy Manual for Activists, 3rd edn. Santa Ana, California: Seven Locks Press, 2001.

Bond, Doug. "Nonviolent Direct Action and the Diffusion of Power." In Justice Without Violence, edited by P. Wehr, H. Burgess and G. Burgess. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1994.

Bondurant, Joan V. Conquest of Violence: The Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1988.

Bouvier, Virgina M. Harbingers of Hope: Peace Initiatives in Colombia. Special Report 169. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, August 2006. Available online at http://www.usip.org/publications/harbingers-hope-peace-initiatives-colombia

Branch, Taylor. Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-63. Riverside, NJ: Simon & Schuster Inc., 1988.

Brock, Peter. Varieties of Pacifism: A Survey from Antiquity to the Outset of the Twentieth Century. New York: Syracuse University Press, 1998. read a review.

Brock, Peter and Nigel Young. Pacifism in the Twentieth Century. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press; January 1999.

Bruyn, S., and P. Rayman, eds. Nonviolent Action and Social Change New York: Irvington, 1979.

Burrowes, Robert J. The Strategy of Nonviolent Defense: A Gandhian Approach. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996.

Carter, April, Howard Clark, and Michael Randle. People Power and Protest Since 1945: A Bibliography of Nonviolent Action. London: Housmans, 2006. Available online at http://civilresistance.info/bibliography

Chavez, César, 1927-1993. An Organizer's Tale: Speeches, edited by Ilan Stavans. New York: Penguin Books, 2008.

Chenoweth, Erica, and Adria Lawrence, eds. Rethinking Violence: States and Non-State Actors in Conflict Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2010.

Chenoweth, Erica, and Maria Stephan. "Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict." International Security 33(1): 7-44. Available http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/files/IS3301_pp007-044_Stephan_Chenoweth.pdf

Chenoweth, Erica, and Maria J. Stephan. Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

Chernus, Ira. American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea. Danvers, Mass: Orbis Books, 2004.

Colaiaco, James A.. "Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Paradox of Nonviolent Direct Action." Phylon 47 (1)(1986): 16-28.

Coy, Patrick G. "An Experiment in Personalist Politics: The Catholic Worker Movement and Nonviolent Direct Action." Peace and Change 26 (1) (2001): 78-94.

Crow, Ralph E., Philip Grant, and Saad E. Ibrahim, eds. Arab Nonviolent Political Struggle in the Middle East. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1990.

Curle, Adam. Another Way: Positive Response to Contemporary Violence. Oxford: Jon Carpenter, 1995.

Dalton, Dennis. Mahatma Gandhi: Nonviolent Power in Action. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995.

Dalton, Frederick John. The Moral Vision of Cesar Chavez. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2003.

Derksen, John. "Nonviolent Political Action in Sixteenth-Century Strasbourg: The Ziegler Brothers" Mennonite Quarterly Review 78 (4)(October 2004): 543-556.

Derksen, John. "Peacemaking Principles Drawn from Opposition to the Crusades, 1095-1276" Peace Research 36(2)(November 2004): 41-58.

Driver, John. How Christians Made Peace With War: Early Christian Understandings of War. Scottdale PA and Waterloo, ON: Herald Press, 1988.

Easwaran, Eknath. A Man to Match his Mountains: Badshah Khan, Nonviolent Soldier of Islam. Petaluma, CA: Nilgiri Press, 1984.

García-Durán, Mauricio, ed. Alternatives to War: Colombia's peace processes. Accord 14 (2004). Available online http://www.c-r.org/resources/alternatives-war-colombia-s-peace-processes.

Friesen, Duane. Christian Peacemaking and International Conflict: A Realist Pacifist Perspective. Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 1986.

Galtung, Johan. "Pacifism from a Sociological Point of View." Journal of Conflict Resolution. 3(1)(March 1959): 67-84.

Galtung, Johan. "On the Meaning of Nonviolence." Journal of Peace Research 2(3)(1965): 228-257.

Galtung, Johan. "Principles of Nonviolent Action: The Great Chain of Nonviolence Hypothesis." In Nonviolence and Israel/Palestine, 13-33. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Institute for Peace, 1989.

Galtung, Johan. "Violence, Peace, and Peace Research." Journal of Peace Research 6(3)(1969): 167-191.

Gandhi, M. K. Autobiography: The Story of my Experiments with Truth. Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Press, 1954.

Gandhi, M.K. Correspondence with the Government, 1942–1944, 2nd ed. Ahmedabad: Navijivan, 1957.

Gandhi, M. K. The Essential Gandhi: An Anthology, edited by Louis Fischer. New York: Random House, 1962.

Gandhi, M. K. Non-Violent Resistance (Satyagraha) Mineola, NY : Dover Publications, 2001.

Gandhi, M. K. Satyagraha in South Africa. Ahmedabad, India: Navajivan Publishing House, 1950.

Gandhi, M.K. The Wit and Wisdom of Gandhi, edited with an Introduction by Homer A. Jack. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1951.

Gelderloos, Peter. The Failure of Nonviolence: From the Arab Spring to Occupy. Seattle: Left Bank Books, 2013.

Gelderloos, Peter. How Nonviolence Protects the State, 2nd ed. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 2007. read a review

Gregg, Richard. The Power of Nonviolence. 3rd edition. Canton, ME: Greenleaf Books, 1984.

Griffan-Nolan, ed. Witness for Peace. Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1991.

Hallward, Maia Carter, and Julie M. Norman. Understanding Nonviolence: Contours and Contexts. Cambridge: Polity, 2015.

Havel, Vaclav. The Power of the Powerless. New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1990.

Helvey, Robert. On Strategic Nonviolent Conflict: Thinking about the Fundamental Boston, MA: The Albert Einstein Institution, 2004.

Hentoff, Nat. Peace Agitator: The Story of A.J. Muste. New York: A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1982.

Holmes, Robert L., and Barry L. Gan, eds. Nonviolence in Theory and Practice. Ill: Waveland Press, 2004.

Howell, Signe, and Roy Willis, eds. Societies at Peace: Anthropological Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 1989. read an annotation (scroll down on page

Jackson, J. E. "Colombia?s Indigenous Peoples Confront the Armed Conflict." In Elusive peace: International, National, and Local Dimensions of Conflict in Colombia, edited by J. Meltzer and C. Rojas, 185-208. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

Jenkins, Craig, Doug Bond and Charles L. Taylor. "Mapping Mass Political Conflict and Civil Society: Issues and Prospects for the Automated Development of Event Data," August 1997.

Johansen, Robert C. "Radical Islam and Nonviolence: A Case Study of Religious Empowerment and Constraint among Pashtuns." Journal of Peace Research 34 (1) (February, 1997): 53-71.

Kemp, Graham & Douglas P. Fry, eds. Keeping the Peace: Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Societies around the World. New York: Routledge. 2004. read an annotation (scroll down on page

King, Coretta Scott. My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr. New York: Holt, 1969.

King, Jr., Martin Luther. Strength to Love. New York: Harper & Row, 1963.

King, Jr., Martin Luther, Stride Toward Freedom. New York: Harper and Row, 1958.

King, Jr., Martin Luther, Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos or Community New York: Harper & Row, 1967.

King, Mary. Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Power of Nonviolent Action. Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 1999.

Kumar, Mahendra, ed. Nonviolence: Contemporary Issues and Challenges. Delhi: Gandhi Peace Foundation, 1984.

Kumar, Mahendra, and Peter Low, eds. Legacy and Future of Nonviolence. New Delhi: Gandhi Peace Foundation, 1996.

Kurlansky, Mark. Nonviolence: The History of a Dangerous Idea. Random House, 2007.

Lester R. Kurtz, and Lee A. Smithey. The Paradox of Repression and Nonviolent Movements Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2018.

LaFayette, Bernard, Jr., and David C. Jehnsen. The Leaders Manual : A Structured Guide and Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence: The Philosophy and Methodology. Galena, Ohio: Institute for Human Rights and Responsibilities, 1995.

Lagarde, Marcela. "The Right to Peace". Whrnet. October 2004. (Spanish language) Available at http://www.whrnet.org/docs/tema-paz.html

Lampen, John, ed. No Alternative? Nonviolent Responses to Repressive Regimes. York, UK: Ebor Press, 2000.

Leonard, Edward A. "The Political Theory of Satyagraha: An Introduction and a Plea for Further Study." The Western Political Quarterly 22 (3) (September, 1969): 594-604.

Loeb, Paul Rogat, ed. The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen's Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear. New York: Basic Books, 2004.

Lynd, Staughton, and Alice Lynd, ed. Nonviolence in America: A Documentary History. Revised edition. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1995.

MacQueen, G., ed. Unarmed Forces: Nonviolent Action in Central America and the Middle East. Toronto: Science for Peace/Samuel Stevens, 1992.

Mandela, Nelson. Mandela: An Illustrated Autobiography. London: Little, Brown and Company, 1994.

Mantena, Karuna. "Another realism: The politics of Gandhian nonviolence." American Political Science Review 106(2)(2012): 455-470.

Martin, Brian. "Gene Sharp's Theory of Power: Review Essay." Journal of Peace Research 26 (2) (1989): 213-22.

Martin, Brian. Nonviolence Versus Capitalism. London: War Resisters' International, 2001.

Martin, Brian. "Researching nonviolent action: past themes and future possibilities." Peace and Change 30(2)(April 2005): 247-270.

Martin, Brian. Social Defence, Social Change. London: Freedom Press, 1993.

Martin, Brian. Technology for Nonviolent Struggle. London: War Resisters' International, 2001.

Martin, Brian. Uprooting War. London: Freedom Press, 1984.

Martin, Brian, and Wendy Varney. Nonviolence Speaks: Communicating against Repression. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2003.

Martin, Brian, Wendy Varney, and Adrian Vickers. "Political Jiu-Jitsu Against Indonesian Repression: Studying Lower-Profile Nonviolent Resistance." Pacifica Review 13(2)(2001): 143-156.

Maurer, Marissa, James Lugo, and Nathan Musselman. Annotated Bibliography of Nonviolent Action Training. Washington DC: Nonviolence International, 1998.

Mayton, Daniel. Nonviolence and peace psychology. New York: Springer, 2009.

McAllister, Pam. Reweaving the Web of Life: Feminism and Nonviolence. Philadelphia: New Society, 1983.

McCarthy, Ronald M., and Christopher Kruegler. Toward Research and Theory Building in the Study of Nonviolent Action. Monograph series, The Albert Einstein Institution, No. 7. Cambridge, MA: Albert Einstein Institution, 1993.

McCarthy Ronald M., and Gene Sharp, with Brad Bennett. Nonviolent Action: A Research Guide. New York: Garland Publishing, 1997.

McGuinness, Kate. "Gene Sharp's Theory of Power: A Feminist Critique of Consent." Journal of Peace Research 30 (1993): 101-115.

McManus, Philip, and Gerald Schlabach, eds. Relentless Persistence: Nonviolent Action in Latin America. Philadelphia: New Society Press, 1991.

Megoran, Nick. "Militarism, realism, just war, or nonviolence? Critical geopolitics and the problem of normativity." Geopolitics 13(3)(2008): 473-497.

Megoran, Nick. "On (Christian) Anarchism and (Non)Violence: A Response to Simon Springer." Space and Polity 18:1(2014): 97-105.

Merton, Thomas. The Nonviolent Alternative. Revised Edition of Thomas Merton on Peace. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1980.

Merton, Thomas. Seeds of Destruction. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1964.

Meyer, David S. and Sidney Tarrow, eds. The Social Movement Society: Contentious Politics for a New Century Lanham. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998.

Miller, Christopher A. Strategic Nonviolent Struggle: A Training Manual. Addis Ababa: University for Peace, 2006. Available http://www.everydayrebellion.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/nvtc_Training_Manual.pdf

Moser-Puangsuwan, Yeshua, and Thomas Weber. Nonviolent Intervention Across Borders: A Recurrent Vision. University of Hawaii Press, 2000.

Murray, Yxta Maya. "A Jurisprudence of Nonviolence." Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal 9 (2009): 65-160.

Muste, A.J. The Essays of A.J. Muste, edited by Nat Hentoff. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1970.

Nagler, Michael N. Is There No Other Way? The Search for a Nonviolent Future. Berkeley: Berkeley Hills Books, 2001.

Nagler, Michael N. The Nonviolence Handbook: A Guide for Practical Action. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2014.

Nepstad, Sharon Erickson. "Mutiny and nonviolence in the Arab Spring Exploring military defections and loyalty in Egypt, Bahrain, and Syria." Journal of Peace Research 50(3)(2013): 337-349.

Orosco, José-Antonio. Cesar Chavez and the common sense of nonviolence. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 2008.

Pearlman, Wendy. Violence, nonviolence, and the Palestinian national movement. Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Popovic, Srdja, Andrej Milivojevic, and Slobodan Djinovic. Nonviolent Struggle: 50 Crucial Points: A Strategic Approach to Everyday Tactics. Belgrade: Centre for Applied NonViolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), 2006.

Power, Paul F. "Review: Morphologies of Nonviolent Action." Review of Protest: Pacifism and Politics by James Finn, The Power of Nonviolence by Richard B. Gregg, and Nonviolence: A Christian Interpretation by William Robert Miller. The Journal of Conflict Resolution 12 (3) (September, 1968): 381-385.

Powers, R. S. and W. B. Vogele, eds. Protest, Power, and Change: Encyclopedia of Nonviolence from ACT-UP to Women's Suffrage New York: Garland, 1997.

Prabhu, R.K. This was Bapu: 150 Anecdotes Relating to Mahatma Gandhi. Ahmedabad, India: Navajivan Publishing House, 1954.

Rawls, John. "The Justification of Civil Disobedience." In Civil Disobedience: Theory and Practice, edited by Hugo A. Bedau, 240-255. New York: Pegasus Books, 1969.

Robinson, JoAnn. Abraham Went Out: A Biography of A.J. Muste. Philadeophia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 1982.

Roche, Douglas. The Human Right to Peace. Toronto: Novalis, 2003. read a review. review. review.

Rynne, T. Gandhi and Jesus: The Saving Power of Non-Violence. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2008.

Satha-Anand, Chaiwat, and Michael True, eds. The Frontiers of Nonviolence. Honolulu and Bangkok: Nonviolence Commission of the International Peace Research Association; Center for Global Nonviolence, and Peace Information Center, Bangkok, 1998.

Schaeffer, Francis. A Christian Manifesto. Westchester, IL: Crossway, 1982.

Schock, Kurt. Unarmed Insurrections: People Power Movements in Nondemocracies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.

Semelin, Jacques. Unarmed Against Hitler: Civilian Resistance in Europe, 1939-1943. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1993.

Shirch, Lisa. Keeping the Peace: Exploring Civilian Alternatives in Conflict Prevention. Uppsala, Sweden: Life & Peace Institute, 1995.

Sharp, Gene. From Dictatorship to Democracy: A conceptual framework for liberation Boston: The Albert Einstein Institution, 1993. Available at http://www.aeinstein.org/.

Sharp, Gene. Gandhi as a Political Strategist, with Essays on Ethics and Politics Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1979.

Sharp, Gene. "The Intifadah and Nonviolent Struggle." Journal of Palestine Studies. 19 (1) (Autumn, 1989): 3-13.

Sharp, Gene. The Politics Of Nonviolent Action. Part One: Power and Struggle, Boston: Porter Sargent, 1973.

Sharp, Gene. The Politics Of Nonviolent Action. Part Two: The Methods of Nonviolent Action. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1973.

Sharp, Gene. The Politics Of Nonviolent Action. Part Three: The Dynamics of Nonviolent Action. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1973.

Sharp, Gene. The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle. Monograph serie, No. 3. Cambridge, MA: Albert Einstein Institution, 1990.

Sharp, Gene. Social Power and Political Freedom. Boston: Porter Sargent, 1980.

Sharp, Gene. There Are Realistic Alternatives. Boston, MA: Albert Einstein Institution, 2003. Available http://www.aeinstein.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/TARA.pdf

Sharp, Gene. Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential. Boston, MA: Porter Sargent Publishers, 2005.

Sharp, Gene, and Afif Safieh. "Interview: Gene Sharp: Nonviolent Struggle." Jo.urnal of Palestine Studies. 17 (1) (Autumn, 1987): 37-55.

Schock, Kurt. Unarmed Insurrections: People Power Movements in Nondemocracies. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 2004.

Smock, David R. Perspectives on Pacifism: Christian, Jewish and Muslim Views on Non-Violence. Washington, DC: US Institute of Peace, 1995.

Smuts, Dene, and Shauna Westcott. The Purple Shall Govern: A South African A to Z of Nonviolent Action. Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1991. read a review.

Springer, Simon. "War and pieces" Space and Polity 18:1(2014): 85-96.

Steeger, Manfred B., and Nancy S. Lindeds. Violence and Its Alternatives: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999.

Stephan, Maria and Erica Chenoweth. "Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict." International Security 33(1): 7-44. Available http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/files/IS3301_pp007-044_Stephan_Chenoweth.pdf

Sutherland, Bill, and Matt Meyer. Guns and Gandhi in Africa: Pan African Insights on Nonviolence, Armed Struggle and Liberation. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2000.

Tarrow, Sidney. Power in Movement: Social Movements, Collective Action and Politics. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Tarrow, Sidney. Power in Movement: Social Movements and Contentious Politics Cambridge University Press, 1998.

Thoreau, Henry D. Civil Disobedience. Middlesex, UK: Penguin, 1983.

Tolstoy Leo. Writings on Civil Disobedience and Nonviolence. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1987.

Trocmé, André, 1901-1971. Jesus and the Nonviolent Revolution, edited by Charles E. Moore. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2004

True, Michael. An Energy Field More Intense Than War: The Nonviolent Tradition and American Literature. New York: Syracuse University Press, 1995.

Washington, James M., ed. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.. New York: HarperCollins, 1986.

Weber, Thomas. Gandhi's Peace Army: The Shanti Sena and Unarmed Peacekeeping. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Wehr, Paul, Heidi Burgess, and Guy Burgess, eds. Justice Without Violence. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner Publishers, 1994. read a review.

Wink, Walter. Engaging the Powers. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 1992.

Wink, Walter. Jesus and Non-Violence: A Third Way. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2003.

Wink, Walter, ed. Peace is the Way: Writings on Nonviolence from the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press, 2000.

Wink, Walter. The Powers that Be: Theology for a New Millennium. New York: Galilee/Doubleday, 1998.

Wink, Walter. “Turning the Other Cheek: What did Jesus Really Mean?” Catholic New Times (February 13, 2005).

Wirmark, Bo. "Nonviolent Methods and the American Civil Rights Movement 1955-1965." Journal of Peace Research 11 (2) (1974): 115-132.

Zahn, Gordon C. An Alternative to War. New York: Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1963.

Zahn, Gordon C. Another Part of the War: The Camp Simon Story. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1979.

Zahn, Gordon C. German Catholics and Hitler's Wars: A Study in Social Control. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1962.

Zahn, Gordon C. Vocation of Peace. Baltimore, MD: Fortkamp Publishing, 1993.

Zahn, Gordon C. War, Conscience, and Dissent. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1967.

Zinn, Howard, ed. The Power of Nonviolence: Writings by Advocates of Peace. Anthology. Boston: Beacon Press, 2002.

Zunes, Stephen. Civil Resistance against Coups: A Comparative and Historical Perspective. Washington DC: International Center for Nonviolent Conflict, 2017.

Zunes, Stephen. "The Role of Non-Violent Action in the Downfall of Apartheid." The Journal of Modern African Studies 37 (1) (March, 1999): 137-169.

Zunes, Stephen et al, eds. Nonviolent Social Movements: A Geographical Perspective. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1999.

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