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A Guide to Civil Resistance, Carter, April, Randle Michael, and Clark Howard , A Bibliography of People Power and Nonviolent Protest, Volume 1, Talgarth Brecon, p.258, (2013)
Challenge to Nonviolence, Randle, Michael , (Online at, Bradford, p.304, (2002)
A wide-ranging compilation of papers presented to the Nonviolent Action Research Project in Bradford from 1994 to 1999, with extensive notes on the group discussion.
Resistencia Civil, , Barcelona, p.262, (1998)
Translation from English of 1994 study of the evolution of the concepts and practice of nonviolent action since the 18th century to 1991, the trends promoting its use, and its dynamics. The second part examines nonviolent civilian defence.
Civil Resistance, Randle, Michael , (Online at, London, p.259, (1994)
Chapters 1-4 focus on the history and dynamics of nonviolent resistance, and its increasing use in recent decades, within a framework of broader historical analysis. The main emphasis is on national resistance to oppressive regimes. The second half of the book analyses civilian (nonviolent) defence (see A.5.b.)
People Power: The Building of a New European Home, Randle, Michael , Stroud, p.224, (1991)
Chapter 1 discusses the context of the revolutions, ch. 2 the build up of protest (including in Bulgaria) and the role of international pressures. Part II comprises interviews with key participants in 1989, both about the revolutions and future possibilities. Includes interviews on Romania and Slovenia.
Annotated Bibliography on Training for Nonviolent Action and Civilian-Based Defence, Randle, Michael, and Sharp Gene , Westport CT and Paris, p.118, (1981)
Introductory essay by Randle on training and another by Sharp on civilian-based defence.
Support Czechoslovakia, Carter, April, and Randle Michael , London, p.64, (1968)
Account of four transnational teams going to Warsaw Pact capitals to protest against the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion.
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the site associated with this Guide. As well as offering both editions of this bibliography, it includes updates and offers access to several books on nonviolence.