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War by other means

Boston's Gene Sharp learned how to turn nonviolence into a weapon - and helped quite literally change the world.

By Laura Secor
May 29, 2005

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A CURIOUS THING started happening in the formerly Communist world in the year 2000. One after another, hated, repressive governments gave way to mass movements of nonviolent refusal. First there was Serbia, then Georgia, then Ukraine, and now Kyrgyzstan. It was as if a virus were spreading - one that led long abused populaces to wake up to their own ... (Full article: 1739 words)

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