War No More: The Case for Abolition by David Swanson,Kathy Kelly PDF

By David Swanson,Kathy Kelly

This booklet offers what various reviewers have known as the simplest current argument for the abolition of battle, demonstrating that battle could be ended, warfare can be ended, struggle isn't finishing by itself, and that we needs to finish war.

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