Disarming manhood : roots of ethical resistance /

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Main Author: Richards, David A. J.
Format: Book
Published:Athens, Ohio : Swallow Press, c2005.
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Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Ethical Voice and Resistance
  • Chapter 1. Garrison and Antebellum Radical Abolitionism: Political Theory and Psychology
  • Political Theory
  • Psychology
  • Nonviolent Resistance
  • Hawthorne on Sexual Voice
  • The Psychology of Resistance
  • Men, Honor, and Obligatory Violence
  • Democratic Manhood
  • Why Jesus?
  • Why These Men? Resistance and Blockages to Resistance
  • Chapter 2. Tolstoy on Nonviolence
  • Tolstoy's Early Life and Art
  • Tolstoy's Marriage and His Mature Novels
  • Tolstoy on Nonviolence
  • Tolstoy's Importance to Nonviolence
  • Chapter 3. Gandhi on Nonviolence
  • Gandhi's Early Life and the Turn to Nonviolence
  • The Invention of Satyagraha: South Africa
  • Satyagraha in India
  • Gandhi's Voice as Woman's Voice: Ethical Strengths and Perils
  • Chapter 4. King on Nonviolence
  • African American Protest as a Tradition
  • King's Early Life
  • King's Graduate Education, Religion, and Marriage
  • Nonviolence in Montgomery
  • Nonviolence in Birmingham and the March on Washington
  • Nonviolence in Selma
  • The Scope and Limits of Nonviolent Voice in King
  • Chapter 5. Churchill's Resisting Voice
  • Churchill's Background and Early Life
  • Churchill's Voice of Resistance
  • Churchill's Resisting Voice, Jennie's Free Sexual Voice
  • Chapter 6. Disarming Manhood
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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