Shot From Guns

Chapman, Stephen
June 1979
New Republic;6/9/79, Vol. 180 Issue 23, p14
Comments on the lost pacifism of American Quakers. Non-violence and anti-war activities including the activities of a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based Quaker organization American Friends Service Committee(AFSC); Transformation of the Quaker views of war, rebellion and international relations; Fundamental tenets of the AFSC; Quaker's opposition to the U.S. role in the Vietnam war; Quaker movement's sympathy for violent liberation movements; Refusal of the AFSC to acknowledge the character of the Vietnamese government.


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