A Quaker search for an alternative to violence prepared for – and submitted to – the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). These studies on moral ways to ease international tensions were approved for publication on March 2, 1955 (Stephen G. Cary, Chairman). Reprinted in January, 1983.
For more than thirty-five years the American Friends Service Committee has worked among those who suffer, recognizing no enemies, and seeking only to give expression to the love of God in service. Out of this experience, gained under all kinds of governments and amidst all kinds of people, has come some appreciation of the problems of peacemaking in the modern world.