Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (January 3, 2007)
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for so long as there was conflict, there were those that have hostile such bloodshed. the following Robert Rotberg info the flowering of the nice American peace circulate within the past due 19th century and the notable lifetime of its ultimate proponent, Edwin Ginn. Born into poverty, Ginn rose to turn into one of many wealthiest males of his day. whereas in his mid-fifties, after his moment marriage to a far more youthful girl, he started to direct his money and time to varied social reasons, basically the nascent American peace circulate. this can be the tale of Ginn's own try and swap global attitudes in regards to the hazards of arming for struggle by means of attractive to common sense, cause, and customary experience. along side the realm Peace origin, which he based in 1910, Ginn's lively peace campaigning and organizational actions shed mammoth gentle on vital overseas and family concerns within the many years prime as much as the 1st global warfare. that includes a colourful forged of characters, together with Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, and David Starr Jordan, the 1st president of Stanford collage, A management for Peace explores primary questions of battle and peace which are nonetheless appropriate at the present time.