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During World War II radical pacifists developed an experimental protest style that emphasized media savvy symbolic confrontation with institutions deemed oppressive Due to their tactical commitment to nonviolent direct action they became the principal interpreters of Gandhism on the American Left and indelibly stamped postwar America with

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Direct Action Radical Pacifism from the Union Eight to the Chicago SevenTheir methods and ethos Genealogies of the Civil Rights antiwar and antinuclear movements in this period are incomplete without understanding the history of radical pacifism Taking us through the Vietnam war protests this detailed treatment of radical pacifism reveals the strengths and limitations of American individualism in the modern e