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A history of the American peace movement

Charles F. Howlett

A history of the American peace movement

from colonial times to the present

by Charles F. Howlett

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peace movements -- United States -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementCharles F. Howlett and Robbie Lieberman ; with a foreword by Harriet Hyman Alonso.
    ContributionsLieberman, Robbie, 1954-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ5584.U55 H69 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23157752M
    ISBN 100773450920
    ISBN 109780773450929
    LC Control Number2008020608

      Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The American peace movement: ideals and activism Item Preview Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on Aug SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The website was launched in October by Roger Peace, author of the Home page.   The Historians for Peace and Democracy became a sponsor the following month, and the Peace History Society, in June The Historians for Peace and Democracy (formerly Historians Against the War) was founded in in opposition to the Iraq War.

      For a thorough historiographical listing of the many works in American peace history consult the bibliographical essay in Charles F. Howlett and Robbie Lieberman, A History of the American Peace Movement from Colonial Times to the Present (Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, ), – 2. The American Peace Mobilization (APM) was a peace group established in to oppose American aid to the Allies in World War II before the United States entered the war.

    A comprehensive analysis of the U.S. Central America peace movement, Resisting Reagan explains why more than one hundred thousand U.S. citizens marched in the streets, illegally housed refugees, traveled to Central American war zones, committed civil disobedience, and hounded their political representatives to contest the Reagan administration's policy of sponsoring wars in Nicaragua and El. The history of the peace movement in the United States was one of dramatic change: in the mid-IKWs it consisted of a few provincial societies; by it had become eminently respectable and listed among its members an impressive number of the nation's leaders; by it was once again weak and remote from those who formulated national policy.


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It contains the writings of some of the foremost scholars in the field. Among the contributors are the late Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Merle Curti, as well as prize-winners Charles Chatfield and Lawrence S.

Wittner. Following the main body of the book is a chronology that begins with the founding of the American Peace Society in and ends in Author: Christine A.

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Academic Book: A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEACE MOVEMENT FROM COLONIAL TIMES TO THE PRESENT. Drawing upon a wide array of primary and secondary sources, this study explores the efforts of peace activists and organizations in their efforts to remake American : This work is a scholarly analysis of the evolution of the modern American peace movement.

It contains the writings of some of the foremost scholars in the field. Among the contributors are the late Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Merle Curti, as well as prize-winners Charles Chatfield and Lawrence S.

: Rebels Against War: The American Peace Movement, Paperback – Cited by: In this landmark guide, The American Peace Movement, Charles Howlett not only provides an essential resource in the study of pacifism but also offers new insights into the American antiwar struggle, tracing its glorious advances in social reform and its poignant failure to eradicate : Charles F.

Howlett. As The Book suggests, the bibliogra-phy of peace is heavy on advocacy. The classic early history of the U.S. peace movement is Merle Curti's Peace or War: The American Struggle, (Norton, ; Ozer, ).

A later survey is Peter Brock's Pacifism in the United States from the Colonial Era to the First World War (Princeton, ). Peace Movement since - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History Peace activism in the United States between and the s focused mostly on opposition to U.S.

foreign policy, efforts to strengthen and foster international cooperation, and support for nuclear nonproliferation and arms : Leilah Danielson.

In The American Peace Movement: Ideals and Activism, Charles Chatfield explores such questions as they relate to the peace movement from the early nineteenth century up to the present.3/5(5). Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): History of the American peace movement, the emergence of a new scholarly discipline ISBN of .English, Book, Illustrated edition: A history of the American peace movement: from colonial times to the present / Charles F.

Howlett and Robbie Lieberman ; with a foreword by Harriet Hyman Alonso. Howlett, Charles F. The original inhabitants, religious pacifism, and the call for independence --The peace reform in antebellum America --Peace seekers encounter the industrial age --Approaches to peacemaking and confronting a war at home --Internationalism and peace reformers in action --World War, Cold War and direct action --The bomb, civil disobedience, and the war in Vietnam --The peace movement since the.

The American Peace Movement and Social Reform, Book Description: The history of the peace movement in the United States was one of dramatic change: in the mid-IKWs it consisted of a few provincial societies; by it had become eminently respectable and listed among its members an impressive number of the nation's leaders; by Rebels against war book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Analyzes the American peace movement during the past fifty years and ex /5(9). In The American Peace Movement: Ideals and Activism, Charles Chatfield explores such questions as they relate to the peace movement from the early nineteenth century up to the present.

Combining a broad historical scope with a sociological perspective, the study examines the movement as a social process--an interaction of organizations.

The deluge that is the centenary of –18 war is upon us. As the commemoration period rolls on over the next four, five or even more years – the centenaries of unveiling war memorials will take us well into the s – the number of books, newspaper, magazine, TV, radio and online contributions is already greater than any one person might hope to keep up with – even should he or.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Retrospect / Merle Curti --An interpretation of the American Peace Movement, / David S. Patterson --World War I and the liberal pacifist in the United States / Charles Chatfield --The making of the modern peace movement / Charles DeBenedetti --The peace.

The history of the peace movement in the United States was one of dramatic change: in the mid-IKW s it consisted of a few provincial societies; by it had become eminently respectable and listed among its members an impressive number of the nation’s leaders; by it was once again weak and remote from those who formulated national policy.

Along with these fluctuations went equally. An overview by the leading US scholar who essentially defined the study of peace history in the United States.

Curti authored several other works, beginning in the s, on peace and pacifism in US history. Faries, J. C. Rise of Internationalism, – New York: W.

D. Gray, Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.The Book of Peace, an anthology produced by the American Peace Society inmust surely rank as one of the most remarkable works of anti-war literature ever produced.

[1] A recurring theme in this movement was the call for the establishment of an international court which would adjudicate disputes between nations.