The Resource Center (videos, articles, books, etc.)

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Video and Audio:

Jody Sokolower on Talk Nation Radio

A Story in Pictures Made of Bodies

A Force More Powerful. How nonviolent power has overcome oppression and authoritarian rule all over the world. Narrated by Ben Kingsley, and nominated for an Emmy.

No More War: The Human Potential for Peace. Dr. Judith Hand. Biology, anthropology, and nonviolent social transformation. Why we make war and how we can end war.

The Success of Nonviolent Civil Resistence. Dr. Erica Chenoweth.

Connecting peace, justice and sustainability to end war: The Northwest Earth Institute is offering a unique discussion course, Seeing Systems, to empower participants to take bold action on the most demanding challenges of our time.

Another collection:
Important Anti-War Films You Can Watch On-Line

Films available for purchase

Articles:

Ending All War by David Hartsough and David Swanson

We Have to End War: Part IV of “War No More: The Case for Abolition” by David Swanson

Warriors Are Not Heroes: Chapter 5 of “War Is A Lie” by David Swanson

War News Does Not Come from Disinterested Observers: Chapter 10 of “War Is A Lie” by David Swanson

Cornerstones of a Campaign to End War: Chapter 10 of Shift: The Beginning of War, The Ending of War by Judith Hand, Ph.D.

Life Without War by Douglas Fry. 2012. Science 336: 879-884

Pulling Elements of the Plan Together: Chapter 12 of Shift: The Beginning of War, The Ending of War by Judith Hand, Ph.D.

To Abolish War by Judith Hand, Ph.D. Journal of Aggression, Conflict, and Peace Research 2 (4): 44-56.

Shaping the Future: A Proposal to Hasten a Global Paradigm Shift for the Security and Well-being of All Children Everywhere by Judith Hand, Ph.D.

Why Violence? By Robert J. Burrowes

U.S. domestic violent crime rate decline may be largely unrelated to war if caused by reduced lead poisoning.

Books: 

War No More: The Case for Abolition by David Swanson

Read an excerpt from David Hartsough’s book, Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist

10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military by Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg

We Who Dared to Say No to War: American Antiwar Writing From 1812 to Now by Murray Polner, Thomas Woods Jr.

Peace Heroes in Twentieth Century America by Charles DeBenedetti

Peace or War: The American Struggle 1636-1936
 by Merle Curti

The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan
 by Dahr Jamail

Rules of Disengagement: The Politics and Honor of Military Dissent by Marjorie Cohn and Kathleen Gilberd

Desertion and the American Soldier: 1776-2006 by Robert Fantina

Mary B. Anderson and Marshall Wallace. 2012. Opting Out of War: Strategies to Prevent Violent Conflict. Boulder, Co: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Paul Chappell and Gavin de Becker. 2010. The end of war: how waging peace can save humanity, our planet, and our future.Westport, Conn.: Easton Studio Press.

Judith Hand. 2013. Shift: the beginning of war, the ending of war. San Diego, CA: Questpath Publishing. John Horgan. 2012. The end of war. San Francisco: McSweeney’s Books.

Valerie Hudson, Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, Mary Caprioli, and Chad F. Emmett. 2012. Sex and world peace. NY: Columbia University Press.

Connecting peace, justice and sustainability to end war: The Northwest Earth Institute is offering a unique discussion course, Seeing Systems, to empower participants to take bold action on the most demanding challenges of our time.

Book and Article  Summaries by Russ Faure-Brac:

From Dictatorship to Democracy

Money and Banking for Transition

Web of Debt by Ellen Brown

Civilian Based Defense

SHIFT by Judith Hand

 A Shadow Government Controls America by Mike Lofgren

War No More by David Swanson

National Insecurity by Mel Goodman

The Art of Waging Peace by Paul Chappell

Reasonable Defense by Carl Conetta

Peaceful Revolution by Paul Chappell

Transition to Peace by Russ Faure-Brac

From War to Peace by Kent Shifferd

The Third Industrial Revolution by Jeremy Rifkin

A National Strategic Narrative by Mr. Y

Rebooting the American Dream by Thom Hartmann

A Game as Old as Empire by Steven Hiatt and John Perkins

ICBL 1999

Building a Peace System by Robert Irwin

Comic Books:

Addicted to War: Why the U.S. Can’t Kick Militarism by Joel Andreas

Children’s Books:

Peace Begins With You by Katherine Scholes, A Sierra Club Book

Bread and Honey,
 a Frank Asch Bear Story

Playing War 
by Kathy Beckwith

Enemy Pie by Derek Munson

More Collections:

Anti-War Essays, Poems, Excerpts

American Anti-War Writers

 

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