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Fri Mar 21 17:06:25 2014 UTClccn-n910320660.00[Publications relating to New York Workshop in Nonviolence]0.861.00NY action bulletin supplement153740759n 910320662922085lccn-n81138933War Resisters Leaguelccn-n90678124Committee for Nonviolent Actionlccn-n79007732Charters, Annnc-publishers special editionsPublishers Special Editionslccn-n82246810Swarthmore CollegePeace Collectionlccn-n90721770Hedemann, Gracelccn-n90721745DiGia, Ralphlccn-n90721781Roodenko, Igallccn-n80025142Hedemann, Ednp-peck, jamesPeck, JamesNew York Workshop in NonviolencePeriodicalsPoetryNewspapersPeaceNonviolencePassive resistanceAmerican poetryNew York (State)--New YorkRadicalismPeace movementsWar Resisters LeagueConscientious objectorsDisarmamentGovernment, Resistance toUnderground press publicationsPacifismUnited StatesMuste, Abraham John,Vietnam War (1961-1975)--PeaceNonviolence--Societies, etcCivil rights movementsNew York Workshop in NonviolenceDraft registrationTax protests and appealsEnvironmental protectionFeminismCivil disobedienceCommittee for Nonviolent ActionCivil rightsVietnam War (1961-1975)Protest movements196920033071123303HN511978ocn001769914serial0.86WinPeriodicalsNewspapers652ocn689538623file20030.86Charters, AnnPoems for peace a benefit reading for the New York Workshop in NonviolencePoetry242ocn005685941serial0.84Win magazinePeriodicals123ocn032244276serial0.95Win peace and freedom thru nonviolent actionPeriodicals21ocn647443443serial0.92What's being donePeriodicals22ocn010388753serial1.00NY action bulletin supplementPeriodicals11ocn006008362book0.73Committee for Nonviolent ActionA.J. Muste, 1885-196711ocn063181881book19691.00Dear WIN reader01ocn081136376book[Publications relating to New York Workshop in Nonviolence]21ocn023130633mix0.92WIN magazine recordsHistorySourcesChiefly published and unpublished mss. for magazine articles and poems including articles promoting liberal and radical causes including disarmament, draft resistance, war tax refusal, and other pacifist concerns, and civil rights, women's liberation, and environmental protection; together with minutes of its editorial board (1968-1983) and staff (1974-1982), correspondence, administrative files, subject file, and photos relating to protests and demonstrations in support of nonviolence. Correspondents include Maris Cakars, Ann Morrissett Davidon, Ralph DiGia, Larry Gara, Neil Haworth, Ed Hedemann, Grace Hedemann, Marty Jezer, David McReynolds, James Peck, Igal Roodenko, and Wendy Schwartz11ocn028903234mix0.47New York Workshop in NonviolenceNew York Workshop in Nonviolence collectionHistorySourcesFri Mar 21 15:36:13 EDT 2014batch5709