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by Norman C. Freund

Author: Norman C. Freund
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: University Press Of America (November 18, 1987)
Pages: 82 pages
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Nonviolent Self Defense (NSD) is a system of self-protection and . NSD is a system of integrated self-defense and control skills based on whole-body movement and pliancy.

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Nevertheless, the historical record illustrates that nonviolent struggle is a powerful form of political action. But can it be effective against military aggression? The Strategy of Nonviolent Defense answers this question in the affirmative by first defining the notion of "social cosmology"-the four mutually reinforcing features that determine the character of any society.

While many books exist on the subject of war, few scholars have offered historical and practical analyses of nonviolent alternatives to the military defense of nations. Professor Freund's historical examples of nonviolence from the last 125 years range from the Hungarian resistance to Austria (1859-1867), to Ghandian nonviolence in India (1918-1933), to the Danish and Norwegian resistance to the Nazis (1940-1945). Elaborates fully the mechanism, tactics, and specific actions of a nonviolent national defense program, attempting to show how it can be a viable, practical alternative to military force.