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SECTION I. CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS.
Introduction. William C. GAY: Militarism in the Modern State and World Government: The Limits of Peace through Strength in the Nuclear Age. Stephen NATHANSON: A Demilitarized Concept of Patriotism. David E. JOHNSON: The Concepts of Militarism. Warren HARRINGTON: Augustine's Stance on War. Linda Rennie FORCEY: Women as Peacemakers: Contested Terrain for Feminist Peace Studies.
SECTION II: AMERICA'S HOMEFRONT.
Introduction. Michael P. SENG: The Need for a Reevaluation of the Treatment of Conscientious Objection under the Laws of the United States. Barry L. GAN: Libya and the Failure of the U.S. Press: A Case Study. Richard WERNER: South Africa and the Consequences of Divestment.
SECTION III: DESERT STORM ASSESSMENTS.
Introduction. Jerald RICHARDS: George Bush, Justified War Morality, and the Gulf War. Joseph C. KUNKEL and Bruce M. TAYLOR: George Bush and the Gulf War: Measuring Values Maturity. James P. STERBA: War with Iraq: Just Another Unjust War. Jonathan SCHONSHECK: Geopolitical Realism, Morality, and the War in the Gulf. Frederick R. STRUCKMEYER: Reflections on a Mass Killing. Ron HIRSCHBEIN: Support Our Tropes: A Critique of Persian Gulf Discourse.
SECTION IV: JIHAD, INTIFADA, AND OTHER MIDEAST CONCERNS.
Introduction. Robert Paul CHURCHILL: Interpreting the Jihad of Islam: Muslim Militarism vs. Muslim Pacifism. Robert L. HOLMES: Nonviolence and the Intifada. Tomis KAPITAN: Self-Determination and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Laura Duhan KAPLAN: The Parable of the Levite's Concubine.
SECTION V: LATIN AMERICAN ISSUES.
Introduction. Laurence F. BOVE: From Nonviolence to a Just Revolutionary? Celina GARCIA: Political Idealism, Feminism, and Peace Studies: Lessons from Central America.
SECTION VI: POSTSCRIPT: 1993.
Introduction. Jack PERRY: Peace in the Middle East? Robert L. HOLMES: Bosnia: Resurgent Nationalism and the Need for Nonviolent Responses. Joseph C. KUNKEL: Somalia: Humanitarian Aid or Business as Usual? Duane CADY: Accepting Responsibility for U.S. Actions Abroad. Robert Paul CHURCHILL: Bosnia and Somalia: Why Is It so Hard to Stop Massacre and Genocide? About the Authors.
Reference Bibliography. Index.