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All of One Peace: Essays on Nonviolence

This book is about Colman McCarthy
"All of One Peace: Essays on Nonviolence" is a compelling collection by Colman McCarthy, a revered pacifist and journalist with a twenty-five-year tenure at the Washington Post. Published on May 1, 1994, this book gathers the profound insights and arguments McCarthy developed through his nationally syndicated columns and as an educator in high schools, colleges, and law schools. McCarthy’s essays transcend mere commentary; they offer a unified vision of nonviolence as both a personal commitment and a transformative societal strategy. Addressing crucial social justice domains such as voting rights, education equity, and racial justice, McCarthy does not assign blame for the culture of violence but illuminates a path toward peace with unwavering integrity and reason. This book is particularly suited for college students who are poised to question, reflect, and potentially shape a more just future. Engage with McCarthy’s journey through "All of One Peace" to explore how nonviolent principles can radically alter perspectives and actions in society today.
Published by Rutgers University Press on May 1, 1994
252 pages
ISBN: 9780813520971
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This book provides valuable insights into Education EquityRacial Justice, and Political Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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