Passion for Peace: Exercising Power Creatively
In a dark and pessimistic time, A Passion for Peace is a timely and uplifting work. Written in an engaging and optimistic style, combining poetry and prose, this book is both practical and philosophical, showing how a creative use of power can contribute to peace with justice in any context or country.
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Time is Running Out Oodgeroo Noonuccal 103
List of poems quoted
Making a Start with Ourselves
Exercising Power Creatively
Inspiration from Any Source
The Seasons Have Changed Dag Hammarskj÷ld
Blessed is the Man Marianne Moore
Bread of the People Bertolt Brecht
Peace Conference Stuart Rees
Up Hungarians Sandor Petofi
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