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About Tom H. Hastings

Tom H. Hastings is Director of PeaceVoice (a programme of the Oregon Peace Institute), a member of the core faculty in the Portland State University Conflict Resolution graduate programme, and author of several books on nonviolence.

 

Articles by Tom H. Hastings

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The Anishinabe and an unsung nonviolent victory in late twentieth-century Wisconsin

In the wake of the civil rights movement in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s, many Native Americans adopted civil resistance to fight for rights supposedly guaranteed in the 19th century by the government's treaties with their tribes. This true story is how one tribe in Wisconsin, using nonviolent strategies, prevailed in that fight.

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