To Nonviolent Political Science: From Seasons of Violenceby Glenn D. Paige
In this collection, Paige, Professor emeritus of political science at the University of Hawaii, profiles a career in nonviolence as he traces his path from an orthodox theoretician of political leadership, justifying the American decision to fight in the Korean War, through his conversion of an ideology of nonviolence and subsequent pursuit of a nonkilling political science. The essays address the Korean War and prospects for Korean reunification, political leadership studies and the development of a political science that reflect the legitimacy of killing, Petra Kelly, Mahatma Gandhi, and the establishment of a Center for Global Nonviolence.
- University of Hawaii, Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace
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