- Author:Howard Clark
- Publisher:Five Leaves Publications; 2nd edition (September 1981)
- Pages:32 pages
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Find sources: "Nonviolent revolution" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (March 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Part of a series on. Revolution. A nonviolent revolution is a revolution using mostly campaigns with civil resistance, including various forms of nonviolent protest, to bring about the departure of governments seen as entrenched and authoritarian.
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The peace movement worldwide has made extensive use of nonviolent action. There is a long tradition of war resistance, namely men refusing to go to war or to be in the army. In war after war there have been men who have gone to prison for refusing military service; in some countries they are persecuted or even killed. Other types of peace protest have included marches (including some across continents), rallies, vigils, street theatre, human blockades of trains carrying weapons, trade union bans of arms shipments, sailing ships into nuclear test zones and pouring blood on military documents. In recent decades, the environmental movement has made heavy use of nonviolent action.
His Peace News pamphlet, Making Nonviolent Revolution, originally .
His Peace News pamphlet, Making Nonviolent Revolution, originally published in 1978, but reproduced (with an afterword on the Indignados campaign in Spain and a 45-year old cooperative in Venezuela) in 2012, examined his vision of people acting in their own situations to take control of their own lives and asserting different values as opposed to a united mass movement sweeping away.
Howard Clark became involved in nonviolent action as a student. Unemployed for the next five years, he had the time for a variety of activities mainly revolving around nonviolence training, safe energy campaigning and anti‑sexist work in schools.
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