Making Waves #14 Spring 2003
This issue of Making Waves is about maintaining hope and belief in the kind of world we want to see. It is also about addressing hopelessness and despair and remaining powerful and empowered in our actions.
page 1, No surrender - Despite the deliberate planning by the Bush/Blair war machine to render us feeling helpless and hopeless, popular movements across the years have shown that we can win. And we will again.
page 4, From despair to empowerment - Be aware of the powers and develop a strategy grounded in the spirit of love and nonviolence.
page 5, How to topple Saddam Hussein nonviolently: weapons of the will - Why if given the chance 22 million Iraqis who detest Saddam Hussein could defeat him through nonviolent resistance
page 8, Poem - Cranes over the snow
page 10, Book review - Doing Democracy: the MAP Method for Organising Social Movements, edited by Bill Moyer
page 11, Book review - A Force More Powerful: a Century of Nonviolent Conflict, by Peter Ackerman & Jack Duvall
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