Edited By: Graham Kemp and Douglas Fry
256 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
This collection of ethnographies discusses how non-violent values and conflict resolution strategies can help to create and maintain peace. Societies like the Hopi of Northern Arizona, the Nubians of Egypt and the Zapotec of Mexico serve as models of peacemaking.
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