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American Gandhi Roundtable, Part 2

“The Unrealistic, Hell-Raising Prophetism of A.J. Muste” By Tim Lacy A.J. Muste first emerged, to me, as a mysterious but intriguing historical figure in the work of Lawrence S. Wittner. I came to Wittner as a graduate student by studying his classic, Rebels Against War: The American Peace Movement.[1]  That book introduced me to the history of the movement for world federal government, which drew my attention through my dissertation’s protagonist, Mortimer J. Adler. Adler’s 1944 book, How to Think About War and Peace, which I had read a few years before, argued for world federal government as the primary, Read more