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Why Nonviolent Civil Resistance Movements Succeed

Posted by Ryan Hall
08.21.14
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NPR interview with scholars Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan about their recent article in Foreign Affairs magazine on why nonviolent civil resistance works.  These are critically important resources for understanding how nonviolent social change works.

Listen to the NPR story here.

Read the Foreign Affairs article here.

Bonus: See a great TED talk Erica Chenoweth gave here.

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