Key Moment SANE (later Peace Action) Founded to Try to End Nuclear Arms Race (1957)
Future of Pacifism/Anti-War as Reform Movement Progressive Coalition Views Militarism as Obstacle to Movements for Social Justice Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Reform Movement Political Economic Dimensions of War and Movement Reform
Historical Development of Reform Movement Origins of American Pacifism U.S. Anti-War Movements through Spanish-American War U.S. Anti-War Movements in Twentieth Century Community-based antiVietnam War Activism Development of Conscientious Objector Rationale in 20th Century WILPF-US Women’s Strike for Peace/Anti-Nuclear Weapons Testing
Key Moments Imprisonment of Eugene V. Debs for Opposing U.S. Entry in WW I (1918) Selective Service Act Provides Conscientious Objector Status for All Religious Objectors (1940) Burning Draft Cards in Anti-Viet Nam War Protests (1966)
Intersection of Pacifism/Anti-War with Other Reform Movements Pacifism/Anti-War and Abolitionism
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