Psychology for Peace Activists

by David Adams
Copyright 1987, 1995
Printed by Advocate Press, New Haven CT, 1987

Martin Luther King speaking at the United Nations

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Title page

Chapter 1: Preface
Pages 1 - 2 - 3

Chapter 2: Lessons from the lives of Great Peace Activists
Pages 4 - 5 - 6

Chapter 3: Acquisition of Values and Purpose vs. Alienation
Pages 7 - 8 - 9

Chapter 4: Anger vs. Fear and Pessimism
Pages 10-11-12

Chapter 5: Action vs Armchair Theorizing
Pages 13-14-15

Chapter 6: Affiliation vs. Anarchism and Individualism
Pages 16-17-18

Chapter 7: Personal Integration vs. Burnout
Pages 19-20-21

Chapter 8: World-Historic Consciousness vs. Sectarianism
Pages 22-23-24-25-26

Chapter 9: The Unity and Universality of Consciousness Development
Page 27

Chapter 10: Root Causes of the New Psychology
Pages 28-29-30

Chapter 11: Tasks of the New Psychology
Pages 31-32-33

Footnotes: Pages 34-35-36

Acknowledgements:Page 37