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Julie A Mertus, 'War's Offensive on Women. The Humanitarian Challenge in Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan'

Kumarian Press, 2000. ISBN 1 56549 117 3. 157pp


Diana Francis, 'People, Peace and power. Conflict Transformation in Action'

Pluto Press 2002. ISBN 0 7453 1835 5, 264pp, 15.99


David Cromwell, 'Private Planet; Corporate Plunder and Fight Back'

Jon Carpenter Publishing, 2001, ISBN 1897766629, 239pp, £12.99


Michael Moore, 'Stupid White Men... and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation!'

Regan Books, 2002. ISBN 0060392452, 304pp


Peter Brock, 'The Black Flower: One Man's Memory of Prison Sixty Years After'

Sessions of York, 2001. ISBN 1 85072 269 2, 124pp, 5


Bertrand Russell, 'Has Man a Future?'

Nottingham: Spokesman, 2001. ISBN 0 85124 638 9. 154pp, 8.99


Fredrico Mayor & Jerome Bride, The World Ahead - Our Future in the Making (Zed Books, 2001; ISBN 1 85649 875 1; £16.95)

How can we prepare for the 21st century without considering the four new contracts proposed in The World Ahead?

Zoe Broughton & Hugh Warwick (dirs), 'Nonviolence for a Change'

JustUs Productions 2001. VHS/PAL format. Running time 25 mins. Available from London Quaker Bookshop, http://www.quaker.org.uk; tel +44 20 7663 1070; or email bevb@quaker.org.uk


Janet Bloomfield, Tim Knock, Pamela Meidell, 'And the Fence Came Tumbling Down'

Atomic Mirror 2001. VHS/PAL format, running time 10mins. More info see http://www.atomicmirror.org


Tess Burrows, 'Cry from the Highest Mountain'

TravellersEye, 2002. ISBN: 1 90307 012 0, 252pp