On civil disobedience; American essays, old and new / by Abraham Lincoln [and others] Edited by Robert A. Goldwin

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Subjects: Civil disobedience
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Chicago, Rand McNally [1969]
Series: Rand McNally public affairs series
LC Classification: J, JC
Physical Description: 145 p. 21 cm
Additional Authors: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
Goldwin, Robert A., 1922-2010
Public Affairs Conference Center
Notes: LCCN: 69013296 //r902
"Outgrowth of a conference held under the auspices of the Public Affairs Conference Center of Kenyon College."
Bibliographical footnotes
Contents: The perpetuation of our political institutions, by A. Lincoln.--Civil disobedience, by H. D. Thoreau.--Reflections on Thoreau and Lincoln: civil disobedience and the American tradition, by H. V. Jaffa.--Letter from the Birmingham jail, by M. L. King, Jr.--Law as a question: the uses and abuses of civil disobedience, by H. L. Wofford, Jr.--The case against civil disobedience, by H. J. Storing.--Reflections on civil disobedience and lawlessness, by P. Goodman.--Civil disobedience and beyond, by J. Farmer
OCLC Number: 47885