Between Mao and Gandhi: Strategies of Violence and Nonviolence in Revolutionary Movements.

Thurber, Ches.


  • Abstract: From Eastern Europe to South Africa to the Arab Spring, nonviolent action has proven ca- pable of overthrowing autocratic regimes and bringing about revolutionary political change. In fact, recent research suggests that nonviolent movements are more than twice as effective in achieving their goals than violent ones. So why do some political movemen... read more
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