This seminal collection of essays – spanning issues in international relations, geopolitics, cultural critique and social analysis – has a global following. It has also been a centerpiece in Colman McCarthy’s education curriculum at the Center for Teaching Peace in Washingtopn, D.C.
“The contributions to this volume by Krolick and Cannon range over many facets of Gandhi, his ideas, and the contemporary problems of war and peace. Several original interpretations of Gandhi illumine the discussion. However, a common theme emerges … that Gandhi has a relevance for our time… and his ideas are valid for resolving disputes today.” RALPH BULTJENS, From the Foreword