Opposition to War: An Encyclopedia of U.S. Peace and Antiwar Movements, 1st Edition

  • Mitchell K. Hall
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  • ISBN-10: 1440845190
  • ISBN-13: 9781440845192
  • DDC: 303.6
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 765 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released March 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2018

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Overview

How have Americans sought peaceful, rather than destructive, solutions to domestic and world conflict? This two-volume set documents peace and antiwar movements in the United States from the colonial era to the present.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction: The U.S. Peace Movement.
Guide to Related Topics.
Chronology of U.S. Peace Activism.
1: Abolitionism and the Peace Movement.
2: Adams, Charles Francis (1807–1886).
3: Addams, Jane (1860–1935).
4: Afghanistan (2001) and Iraq (2003) Wars: Antiwar Movements.
5: Allen, Devere (1891–1955).
6: America First Committee.
7: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
8: American Committee for the Outlawry of War.
9: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).
10: American Peace Award.
11: American Peace Society (APS).
12: American Revolution: Antiwar Dissent.
13: American School Peace League (ASPL).
14: American Union Against Militarism (AUAM).
15: Andrews, Fannie Fern (1867–1950).
16: Another Mother for Peace (AMP).
17: Anti-Enlistment League.
18: Anti-Imperialist League.
19: Art, Antiwar.
20: Baez, Joan (1941–).
21: Bailey, Hannah Johnston (1839–1923).
22: Balch, Emily Greene (1867–1961).
23: Baldwin, Roger Nash (1884–1981).
24: Ballou, Adin (1803–1890).
25: Becker, Norma (1930–2006).
26: Beckwith, George Cone (1800–1870).
27: Bender, Harold Stauffer (1897–1962).
28: Benezet, Anthony (1713–1784).
29: Berger, Victor (1860–1929).
30: Berrigan, Daniel (1921–2016).
31: Berrigan, Philip (1923–2002).
32: Bethe, Hans (1906–2005).
33: Beyond War.
34: Blanchard, Joshua (C. 1772–1868).
35: Boeckel, Florence Brewer (1885–1965).
36: Bok, Edward William (1863–1930).
37: Boss, Charles Frederick, Jr. (1888–1965).
38: Boulding, Elise Marie (1920–2010), and Boulding, Kenneth Ewart (1910–1993).
39: Bourne, Randolph (1886–1918).
40: Boutwell, George Sewall (1818–1905).
41: Brown, Sam (1943—).
42: Bryan, William Jennings (1860–1925).
43: Burritt, Elihu (1810–1879).
44: Burton, Theodore (1851–1929).
45: Bussey, Gertrude (1888–1961).
46: Butler, Nicholas Murray (1862–1947).
47: Butler, Smedley Darlington (1881–1940).
48: Cadbury, Henry Joel (1883–1974).
49: Caldicott, Helen Mary (1938–).
50: Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority (1967).
51: Campaign for World Government.
52: Carnegie, Andrew (1835–1919).
53: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
54: Catholic Association for International Peace (CAIP).
55: Catholic Peace Fellowship (CPF).
56: Catholic Worker Movement.
57: Catonsville Nine.
58: Catt, Carrie Chapman (1859–1947).
59: Central America: Antiwar Dissent.
60: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO).
61: Central Organization for A Durable Peace (CODP).
62: “Challenge of Peace”: National Conference of Catholic Bishops Pastoral Letter on War and Peace (3 May 1983).
63: Channing, William Ellery (1780–1842).
64: Chapman, Maria Weston (1806–1885).
65: Chicago Seven.
66: Chomsky, Noam (1928–).
67: Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT).
68: Church of the Brethren.
69: Church Peace Mission (CPM).
70: Church Peace Union (CPU).
71: Civil Disobedience.
72: Civil Rights and the Peace Movement.
73: Civil War: Antiwar Dissent.
74: Civilian Public Service (CPS).
75: Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam (CALCAV).
76: Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy.
77: Code Pink: Women for Peace.
78: Coffin, William Sloane, Jr. (1924–2006).
79: Colonial America: Antiwar Dissent.
80: Commission on a Just and Durable Peace (CJDP).
81: Commission to Study the Organization of Peace.
82: Committee for Concerted Peace Efforts (CCPE).
83: Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA).
84: Committee for Nonviolent Revolution (CNVR).
85: Committee in Solidarity With the People of El Salvador (CISPES).
86: Committee on Militarism in Education.
87: Conscientious Objection.
88: Cornell, Thomas Charles (1934–).
89: Cortright, David (1946–).
90: Council for a Livable World (CLW).
91: Counter-Recruitment.
92: Cousins, Norman (1915–1990).
93: Crane, Henry Hitt (1890–1977).
94: Crosby, Ernest Howard (1856–1907).
95: Curti, Merle (1897–1996).
96: Day, Dorothy (1897–1980).
97: Debs, Eugene Victor (1855–1926).
98: Dellinger, David (1915–2004).
99: Deming, Barbara (1917–1984).
100: Dennett, Mary Ware (1872–1947).
101: Detzer, Dorothy (1893–1981).
102: Dickinson, John (1732–1808).
103: Dodge, David Low (1774–1852).
104: Doty, Madeleine Zabriskie (1877–1963).
105: Draft Resistance.
106: Eastman, Crystal (1881–1928).
107: Eastman, Max (1883–1969).
108: Eddy, George Sherwood (1871–1963).
109: Eichelberger, Clark (1896–1980).
110: Einstein, Albert (1879–1955).
111: Ellsberg, Daniel (1931–).
112: Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists (ECAS).
113: Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC).
114: Emergency Peace Federation (EPF).
115: Farmer, James Leonard, Jr. (1920–1999).
116: Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America (FCC).
117: Federation of American Scientists (FAS).
118: Feld, Bernard Taub (1919–1993).
119: Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR).
120: Fey, Harold Edward (1898–1990).
121: Fifth Avenue Peace Parade Committee.
122: Films, Antiwar.
123: Fonda, Jane (1937–).
124: Ford Peace Ship.
125: Forsberg, Randall Caroline (1943–2007).
126: Fosdick, Harry Emerson (1878–1969).
127: Foster, Abigail Kelley (1810–1887).
128: Foster, Stephen Symonds (1809–1881).
129: French, Paul Comly (1903–1960).
130: Friendly Association for Regaining and Preserving Peace With the Indians By Pacific Measures.
131: Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL).
132: Fromm, Erich (1900–1980).
133: Fulbright, James William (1905–1995).
134: Gandhi, Mohandas (1869–1948).
135: Garrison, William Lloyd (1805–1879).
136: Geneva Conventions (1864, 1906, 1929, 1949).
137: GI Coffeehouses.
138: Ginn, Edwin (1838–1914).
139: Gladden, Washington (1836–1918).
140: Goldman, Emma (1869–1940).
141: Gottlieb, Sanford (1926–).
142: Gray, Harold Studley (1894–1972).
143: Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament.
144: Gregg, Richard Bartlett (1885–1974).
145: Grimké, Thomas Smith (1786–1834).
146: Gulick, Sidney Lewis (1860–1945).
147: Hague Peace Conferences (1899, 1907).
148: Hartford Convention (1814).
149: Hassler, Alfred (1910–1991).
150: Hayden, Thomas (1939–2016).
151: Hennacy, Ammon (1893–1970).
152: Hershberger, Guy Franklin (1896–1989).
153: Hillquit, Morris (1869–1933).
154: Historic Peace Churches.
155: Hoar, George F. (1826–1904).
156: Hoffman, Isidor B. (1898–1981).
157: Holmes, John Haynes (1879–1964).
158: Holt, Hamilton (1872–1951).
159: Houser, George (1916–2015).
160: Howe, Julia Ward (1819–1910).
161: Hughan, Jessie Wallace (1875–1955).
162: Hull, Hannah Clothier (1872–1958).
163: Hull, William Isaac (1868–1939).
164: Indochina Peace Campaign (IPC).
165: Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (IDDS).
166: Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW).
167: Isolationism and Noninterventionism.
168: Jack, Homer (1916–1993).
169: James, William (1842–1910).
170: Jay, William (1789–1858).
171: Jehovah’s Witnesses.
172: Jones, Jenkin Lloyd (1843–1918).
173: Jones, Paul (1880–1941).
174: Jones, Rufus Matthew (1863–1948).
175: Jordan, David Starr (1851–1931).
176: Judd, Sylvester (1813–1853).
177: Kaufman, Abraham (1908–2004).
178: Keep America out of War Congress (KAOWC).
179: Kellogg, Paul (1879–1958).
180: Kellogg–Briand Pact (1928).
181: Kelly, Kathy (1952–).
182: King, Martin Luther, Jr. (1929–1968).
183: Kirchwey, George Washington (1855–1942).
184: Korean War: Antiwar Dissent.
185: La Follette, Belle (1859–1931), and La Follette, Robert M. (1855–1925).
186: Ladd, William (1778–1841).
187: Lake Mohonk Conferences on International Arbitration (1895–1916).
188: League of Universal Brotherhood.
189: League to Enforce Peace.
190: Lederach, John Paul (1955–).