Ten Fighters for Peace: An Anthology
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1971 - Peace - 157 pages
Ten selections expressing the views on peace and war of Leo Tolstoy, Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, Belle and Fola LaFollette, Jeannette Rankin, Donald Benedict, Lawrence M. Warner, Tom F. Driver, Joan Baez, and Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr.
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