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The Peace Book

Author : Louise Diamond
ISBN : 1573247707
Genre : Conflict management
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The Peace book provides simple everyday tools that can help us have more peace in our lives and in the world. -- provided by publisher.
Category: Conflict management

The Peace Book

Author : Todd Parr
ISBN : 153214377X
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This title takes on the importance of friendship, caring, and acceptance. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Spotlight is a division of ABDO.
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The Fifth Book Of Peace

Author : Maxine Kingston
ISBN : 9781409042112
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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By the author of the bestselling The Woman Warrior, a magical book: a literature of peace built on the stories of war. Divided into four sections - 'Fire', 'Paper', 'Water' and 'Earth' - this book is neither fiction nor autobiography nor memoir, but a unique form of Chinese 'talk-story' in which real and imagined worlds intrude upon and enrich one another. From the anti-war protests in Hawaii to Kingston's own conversations with Vietnam veterans, the author takes us inside the hearts and minds of a host of characters, not least of whom is her own Mama, the veteran woman warrior Brave Orchid. This remarkable book is also the narrative of the seminal years in which Kingston rebuilds her life following a devastating fire, which destroyed all her possessions including her novel The Fourth Book of Peace, and the death of her father.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

World Peace Book

Author : Kirk Ellis
ISBN : 9781524670788
Genre : Humor
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A new kind of world is before us and cannot function effectively or safely without a collective thinking process that promotes unity, harmony, and understanding. Isolation, separation, extreme dualism are no longer valid, timely, appropriate, logical, or safe. The belief that humanistic studies and personal growth do not apply to the modern world is no longer scientific, philosophically correct, nor is it spiritually valid or humane. The old concept of divide and conquer by becoming more superior must be replaced with a new concept of unite and conquer by becoming more fully humane. Together, we become more; divided, we become less. Together, we prepare for a new humane renaissance; divided, we prepare for endless problematic conflicts of all kinds. There is no choice; we purposely move toward world peace or away from it. We are at the crossroads. It is now time to intervene with our evolutionary process and learn how to live in harmony with the full scope of our humane nature. This book describes how to become more fully humane, the world peace mission statement, the world peace flag, and the human equation.
Category: Humor

Weaving A Tapestry Of Love

Author : Jacqueline Matthews
ISBN : 1420815016
Genre : Philosophy
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Looking Back: A Tail Gunner''s View of WWII is the sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic story of the author''s service in the US Army Air Forces from 1942 to 1945. S/Sgt. VanBlair was tail gunner with a B-24 crew and flew missions over Europe from December 1942 until April 1944. Written to honor the memory of his crew, the book is especially dedicated to Albert Spadafora, his friend who was more like a brother. You'll share his grief when Albert is killed, his anxious moments as he flies through the flak-filled skies over Berlin and watches German fighters gang up on lagging B-24s, the sadness of seeing the empty beds of men whose planes are lost. The climax of the book is his account of the crew''s last mission, when they lead a formation to Berlin. His hard by flak and fighters, they ditch in the North Sea with the loss of five men. You''ll be caught up in his description of the ditching, his struggle to escape the wreckage, and his thoughts as he floats for an hour in the icy-cold water while realizing that his chances of survival are slim.
Category: Philosophy

Perfect Peace

Author : Daniel Black
ISBN : 1429991445
Genre : Fiction
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The heartbreaking portrait of a large, rural southern family's attempt to grapple with their mother's desperate decision to make her newborn son into the daughter she will never have When the seventh child of the Peace family, named Perfect, turns eight, her mother Emma Jean tells her bewildered daughter, "You was born a boy. I made you a girl. But that ain't what you was supposed to be. So, from now on, you gon' be a boy. It'll be a little strange at first, but you'll get used to it, and this'll be over after while." From this point forward, his life becomes a bizarre kaleidoscope of events. Meanwhile, the Peace family is forced to question everything they thought they knew about gender, sexuality, unconditional love, and fulfillment.
Category: Fiction

Handbook Of Peace Prosperity And Democracy

Author : Stuart S. Nagel
ISBN : 1590332067
Genre : Political Science
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Selection of essays studying the impact of policy on peace, prosperity, and democracy.
Category: Political Science

Eisenhower S Atoms For Peace

Author : Ira Chernus
ISBN : 1585442208
Genre : History
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In his “Atoms for Peace” speech of 1953, President Dwight David Eisenhower captured the tensions—and the ironies—of the atomic age. While nuclear devastation threatened all nations, Eisenhower believed only nuclear preparedness offered protection; while nuclear weapons loomed as the ultimate war cloud, nuclear power offered progress and hope. In this thought-provoking consideration of Eisenhower’s speech and others leading up to it, Ira Chernus views the “Atoms for Peace” speech, presented to the General Assembly of the United Nations, not merely as a legitimation of American foreign policy but as itself an act of policy. Indeed, he frames the policy in a new interpretation of Eisenhower’s broad discursive goal, which he calls “apocalypse management,” a plan to allow the United States to manage threats and crises around the world. Chernus sheds new light on the internal consistency of Eisenhower’s thought, which many observers have found inconsistent, as well as on the ways in which the president’s rhetoric backed him into a policy corner he had not intended to occupy. Chernus also reviews the domestic impact of the speech through a detailed examination of media interpretations in the United States. This tightly reasoned, clearly written study offers a new understanding of the evolution of cold war nuclear policy, the power of presidential rhetoric, and the political understanding of America’s “man of peace,” Dwight David Eisenhower. The full text of Eisenhower's speech is presented in the text. Those interested in American foreign policy will find it compelling reading; scholars and students will find it challenging and rewarding analysis.
Category: History

Felon For Peace

Author : Jerry Elmer
ISBN : 0826514952
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Jerry Elmer turned eighteen at the height of the Vietnam War, he publicly refused to register for the draft, a felony then and now. Later he burglarized the offices of fourteen draft boards in three cities, destroying the files of men eligible to be drafted. After working almost twenty years in the peace movement, he attended law school, where he was the only convicted felon in Harvard's class of 1990. This book is a blend of personal memoir, contemporary history, and astute political analysis. Elmer draws on a variety of sources, including never-before-released FBI files, and argues passionately for the practice of nonviolence. He describes the range of actions he took--from draft card burning to organizing draft board raids with Father Phil Berrigan; from vigils on the Capitol steps inside "tiger cages" used to torture Vietnamese political prisoners to jail time for protesting nuclear power plants; from a tour of the killing fields of Cambodia to meetings with Corazon Aquino in the Philippines. A Vietnamese-language edition of Felon for Peace has also been published.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Peace And War

Author : Kalevi J. Holsti
ISBN : 0521399297
Genre : Political Science
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Professor Holsti examines the origins of war and the foundations of peace of the last 350 years.
Category: Political Science