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The Acorn

A Gandhian Review

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H. P. K. To the Reader
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Thich Nhat Hanh Working for Peace: Six Talks
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Ham Sok Hon The Kingdom of Mind
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Gordon C. Zahn Nonviolence and the Dilemma of Power
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H. P. K. To the Reader (continued from page 3)
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Michael N. Nagler Nonviolence
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Eknath Easwaran Gandhi and Prayer
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Ham Sok Hon Two Poems
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Ham Sok-Hon, Kim Chai Choon, Lee Byung ln, Khang Ki Chul Gathering for Dialogue: A Manisfesto
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Ha Poong Kim, Robert Barford, David Downing To the Reader
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Ha Poong Kim Go Straight to the Heart
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Robert Barford Which World?
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Thich Nhat Hanh Being Peace
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Ha Poong Kim Remembering Fujii Nichidatsu
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Fujii Nichidatsu On Unarming Japan: The Nonviolence of the Brave
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Ham Sok Han We Must, But Cannot, Resort To Revolution: Politics and Religion
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