War, conscience and dissent

  • 317 Pages
  • 1.23 MB
  • English
Hawthorn Books , New York, NY
War -- Religious aspects., War -- Moral and ethical aspects., Conscientious objec
StatementGordon C. Zahn
LC ClassificationsBT"736.2"Z37
The Physical Object
Pagination317 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21155315M
LC Control Number67-14856

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(ret.) Ann Wright and Susan Dixon. Government insiders who spoke out against the Iraq War and why we never heard about War. War, Conscience and Dissent.

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New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc., First edition. Octavo, original half blue cloth, original dust jacket. Book near-fine with mild. War, Conscience and Dissent [Gordon C. Zahn.] on papercitysoftware.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying papercitysoftware.com: Gordon C.

Zahn. WAR, CONSCIENCE AND DISSENT. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address They fall under three groupings: Modern War and the Christian, Conscience and the State, and the Church and Dissent.

In the first, layman Zahn reviews with a theological, Philosophical and historical perspective the question of violence and warfare in the life. Feb 05,  · Dissent: Voices of Conscience [Ann Wright] on papercitysoftware.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shares uplifting profiles of government officials who have risked their careers and safety to speak out against the war in Iraq and reveal the Bush administration's misdeedsCited by: 5. Yet, those who opposed World War I helped initiate modern peace movements and left a legacy that continues to influence antiwar activism.

Earlier in the year, a call for proposals took place centering around issues of conscience, dissent, resistance, and civil liberties during World War I, in the War States and around the world. Ann Wright, co-author of Dissent: Voices of Conscience: Government Insiders Speak Out Against the War in Iraq, was joined by Daniel Ellsberg, who wrote the introduction to the papercitysoftware.com talked.

Jan 01,  · Buy a cheap copy of Dissent: Voices of Conscience book by Ann Wright. During the run-up to war in Iraq, Army Colonel (Ret.) and diplomat Ann Wright resigned her State Department post in protest. Wright, who had spent 19 years in the Free shipping over $/5(5).

WW1 and Dissent is a series of Wikipedia editathons during November that aims to improve Wikipedia pages about World War I and dissent; topics might include peace attempts, conscience objectors, neutrality during the war, literature and artwork critical of the war, protests and much more.

Most of the events will be held in partnership with local GLAM partners, so will also include topics. Truth Commission on Conscience in War. likes · 1 talking about this. "To honor and protect freedom of conscience for our nation's service members" Check our new website: Followers: The issues raised by dissent, conscience, and diversity more generally continue to animate philosophical and political argument, speaking to contemporary issues of constitutional government, civil disobedience and the principled objection to specific laws, and the freedoms of speech, assembly, and press.

In Dissent: Voices of Conscience, Ann Wright and Susan Dixon tell the stories of these men and women, who risked careers, reputations, and even freedom out of loyalty to the Constitution and the rule of law.

Presenters and Abstracts Remembering Muted Voices: Conscience, Dissent, Resistance and Civil Liberties in World War I Through Today. His next book, War Against War: The American Fight for Peace,will be published by Simon and Schuster in early January, intense shop floor dissent, this book goes beyond Robert Daniels’s classic The Conscience of the Revolution in emphasizing the importance of independent and non-party socialist worker activists.

He instructs careful readers about the complex, fragile thing called democracy, exploring its origin and demise in economically and politically fraught. Jan 15,  · Colonel (Ret.) Ann Wright resigned her State Department post in protest during the run-up to war in Iraq.

In Dissennt: Voices of Conscience, she and coauthor Susan Dixon, tell the stories of government insiders and active-duty military who have spoken out, resigned, leaked documents, and refused deployment to bring attention to government lies and actions they felt were illegal/5.

Jun 30,  · Free Online Library: The conscience of a socialist.(BOOKS, Democracy's Prisoner: Eugene Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent, Book review) by "The American Conservative"; Political science Books Book reviews.

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Delve Deeper into “Soldiers of Conscience" A film by Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg Tollefson, James W. The Strength Not to Fight: Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam War – in Their Own Words. Potomac Books Inc., This book explores the mindset of conscientious objectors of the Vietnam War; the depth of.

Feb 03,  · At this event, Col. Wright recounts some the courageous people profiled in her new book Dissent: Voices of Conscience, Government Insiders Speak Out Against the War in Iraq.

This book embraces the political, intellectual, social and cultural history of Soviet Russia. examines the moral dimension of Soviet dissent amongst dissidents of both religious and secular persuasions, and includes biographical material ; Conscience, Dissent and Reform in Soviet Russia Philip Boobbyer No preview available - Books shelved as dissent: Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times by Eyal Press, Occupy by Noam Cho.

This episode of the weekly ABC Scope series examines resistance to the Vietnam War and the draft with footage of demonstrations, interviews supporting and opposing the protests, statements by. The history of Japanese Americans in World War II does not record the stories of these resisters. It does not mention the War Department Special Organization, to which many of them were transferred, or the individuals who were tried and sentenced by military courts to long prison terms.

Dissent definition is - to withhold assent or approval. How to use dissent in a sentence. Conscience at War Linn, Ruth Published by State University of New York Press Linn, Ruth.

Conscience at War: The Israeli Soldier as a Moral papercitysoftware.com by: Dissent in Wars If not simply a short war, to minimize dissent a war should be distinguished by continuous visible progress toward achieving popularly understood and approved goals.

In a study of dissent during the Korean and Vietnam wars, as reflected in public opinion polls, John E. Mueller similarly concluded in more precise fashion. Apr 15,  · And there is a particular tradition that runs through the protestant reformation, liberal constitutionalism, and certain forms of human rights activism, that makes conscience an archetypal and valorized form of dissent.

Conscience here is seen as supplying the grounds for virtuous opposition, speaking from beyond narrow self-interest or. The Silencing of Dissent Tens of thousands of people of conscience were blacklisted in this way during the Red Scares of the s and s.

The first and deadliest salvo in the war on. Jan 26,  · That said, I plan to make as much noise about The War on Dissent as humanly possible, until they marginalize me out of existence or the corporate. Conscience at War The Israeli Soldier as a Moral Critic.

Click on image to enlarge: Ruth Linn - Author she probes for their motives and justifications and so provides a moral psychology of military dissent (and perhaps of dissent in general)." The focus of this book is the intellectual and moral challenges selective conscientious.

Dec 10,  · Laying out the problems dissenters face, Dissent from War performs a critical rhetorical analysis of many forms of public address, and in this sense the book is a major contribution to the scholarship on war rhetoric, media studies, and war culture.

It can be read profitably alongside work by John M. Murphy, Martin J. Medhurst, Denise Bostdorff.Jan 21,  · What’s the Point of a Supreme Court Dissent? A recent book shows that, before Antonin Scalia, dissents were valuable to the Court. but to sleep with a clear conscience on a featherbed of.Unlike great war fiction—The Red and the Black, The Red Badge of Courage, War and Peace, All Quiet on the Western Front, and A Farewell to Arms—that is read for generations, becoming part of a literary culture, the Vietnam novels and memoirs are specific to a time and place.

The soldiers and journalists who wrote about the war were close to.