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The Conquest of Violence: An Essay on War and Revolution

Author: Bart de Ligt

Garland, New York, 1972, pp. 308

Originally published: 1935

and London, Pluto Press, 1989 (with Introduction by Peter van den Dungen), pp. 306.

Classic argument for nonviolent resistance from an anarchist anti-war perspective, with a broad historical perspective, and giving more emphasis to examples of unarmed resistance in the socialist tradition (for example 1905 in Russia) than much of the early literature.