ABC-CLIO | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1440845182 | 846 Pages | PDF | 26.77 mb
by Mitchell K. Hall (Editor)
How have Americans sought peaceful, rather than destructive, solutions to domestic and world conflict? This two-volume set documents peace and antiwar movements in the United States from the colonial era to the present.
Provides an unrivaled complete description of peacemaking efforts in the United States that leads readers to consider how future wars might be prevented
Draws on the expertise of more than 130 scholarly experts to examine the entirety of American history, from the colonial era to modern times
Reveals the multiple religious and secular motivations of peace seekers in the United States
Examines how war and those who oppose war have been portrayed in popular media over the centuries
Robert P. Russo has a Master's Degree in Systematic Theology from Lourdes University, in Sylvania, Ohio. Over the past four years, he has lectured and written extensively about Servant of God Dorothy Day. His article, entitled "Paper, People and Work" A Review of the Dorothy Day-Catholic Worker Collection at Marquette University, was published in the March, 2014 issue of Catholic Library World, and he is currently editing his various papers regarding Day, to be self-published as A Life Remembered: The Conversion, Radicalism, and Mysticism of Dorothy Day.