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Answers for Hernan Lavin Cerda
Answers on non-violence : answers to World Campus on non-violence
Basis of Christian non-violence, The
Blessed are the meek : the roots of Christian non-violence
Burning of papers, the human conscience and the peace movement, The; by Paul Salstrom, Thomas Merton, Mulford Q. Sibley, and George Lakey
Christian action in world crisis
Commonweal, to the editors of the
Conflict without violence, by Jerome Frank. Comments by Ira Sandperl (corrections and comments by Thomas Merton).
Cuba project [letter to the editors of Liberation]
Danish non-violent resistance to Hitler
Enemy of the state, An. Review of In solitary witness, by Gordon Zahn.
Gandhi on non-violence. Edited, with an introd., by Thomas Merton
Meaning of satyagraha, The
Merton on faith and violence. Excerpt from various writings.
Merton's views on non-violence
Neither Caliban nor Uncle Tom
Non-violence and the Christian conscience, by Raymond Régamey, O. P.
Non-violence does not— cannot— mean passivity. Note for Ave Maria.
Non-violence. Notes.
Note on civil disobedience and non-violent revolution (submitted at the request of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence)
Notes for essay. 1965.
Our heritage of civil disobedience
Primer of non-violence
Reply to Martin Marty
Saint Maximus the Confessor on non-violence
Terror and the absurd : violence and non-violence in Albert Camus
Thomas Merton on peace
Why we live in community / Eberhard Arnold; with two interpretive talks by Thomas Merton; foreword by Basil Pennington
 

 

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