Chapter 13: Pragmatists and Visionaries in the Post World War II American Peace Movement: SANE and CNVA
Doves and Diplomats: Foreign Offices and Peace Movements in Europe and America in the 20th Century
This collection of twelve separately authored essays, analyzing various aspects of peace advocacy in six nations over a duration of nearly a century, manages to maintain a surprising unity of theme. Despite diversities of approach in essays as a group serve effectively, as Solomon Wank suggests, to destroy whatever remains of the "commonplace view of the peace movement as a monolith."
This chapter contains an account of SANE and CNVA in the United States that completes the book's collection.
Peace, political science, societies, twentieth century
Peace and Conflict Studies | Political Science
Katz, Milton S. and Neil Katz. (1978). Chapter 13: Pragmatists and Visionaries in the Post World War II American Peace Movement: SANE and CNVA. In Solomon Wank (Eds.), Doves and Diplomats: Foreign Offices and Peace Movements in Europe and America in the 20th Century (265-288).