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Al workers and teachers who are often called faith based activists They speak from the left of the political perspective providing a counterpoint to the faith based activism of the fundamentalist Right In their own words the narrators describe their motivations and their preparations for acts of resistance the actions themselves and their trials and subseuent jail time We hear from those who do their time by caring for their families and managing communities while their partners are imprisoned Spouses.

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Doing Time for PeaceAnd children talk frankly of the strains on family ties that a life of working for peace in the world can causeThe voices range from a World War II conscientious objector to those protesting the recent war in Ira The book includes sections on resister families the Berrigans and Jonah House the Plowshares Communities the Syracuse Peace Council and Catholic Worker houses and communitiesThe introduction by Dan McKanan situates these activists in the long tradition of resistance to war and witness to pea.

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Doing Time for Peace review Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ In this compelling collection of oral histories than seventy five peacemakers describe how they say no to war making in the strongest way possible by engaging in civil disobedience and paying the conseuences in jail or prison These courageous resisters leave family and communitIn this compelling collection of oral histories than seventy five peacemakers describe how they say no to war making in the strongest way possible by engaging in civil disobedience and paying the conseuences in jail or prison These courageous resisters leave family and community and life on the outside in their efforts to direct US policy away from its militarism Many are Catholic Workers devoting their lives to the works of mercy instead of the works of war They are homemakers and carpenters and soci.