Making Waves #17 Spring 2005
What are the socially acceptable boundaries of activism? This issue of Making Waves explores the creative use of nonviolence to bring about social change, as well as asks provocative questions about the use of nonviolence as a tatic to bring about what could be viewed as violent results.
page 1, A response to pro-hunt activities - This article explores the use of nonviolence by people not necessarily committed to the principles of the philosophy to bring about what may be seen as a violent result
page 4, A global rule of law and the inner light - Breaking unjust laws or good laws unjustly applied is one way activists can build a global society where truly democratically laws are passsed
page 6, Dissenters can have a real effect on the rest of public life - The 'dilemma of obedience' is examined to better understand how different factors influence peopele's behaviour
page 7, Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army - A report from a group of Leeds activists about creative forms of protest to denounce militarism and violence
page 9, Video review - EXCEL Arms Fair: Where is the Love?
page 10, Book review - The Beauty Queen's Guide to World Peace, by Dan Plesch
page 11, Book review - Rethinking War and Peace, by Diana Francis
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