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Number of Pages33
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ISBN 10084204115X
ISBN 109780842041157

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The papers of A.J. Muste consist of correspondence, autobiographical materials, book reviews, speeches, articles, pamphlets, and clippings. The correspondence (), divided into private correspondence and business papers, forms the bulk of the collection. Muste was director of the Presbyterian Labor Temple from to In he became executive director of the FOR, a position he held until his retirement in From the description of A.J. Muste. Papers, (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: Muste graduated as valedictorian from Hope College in The following selection of Muste's writings may be found in The Essays of A. J. Muste, edited by Nat Hentoff, The Bobbs-Merrill Company (). "The Problem of Discontent" (first published in Hope College Anchor, ) "Pacifism and Class War" (The World Tomorrow, September )Born: Abraham Johannes Muste, January 8, , . A.J. Muste, in full Abraham Johannes Muste, (born January 8, , Zierikzee, Netherlands—died Febru , New York, New York, U.S.), Dutch-born American clergyman best known for his role in the labour and left-wing movements of the s and ’30s and for his leadership of the American peace movement from until his death in He also had considerable influence on the.

A. J. MUSTE has been work ing full time to abolish war for about three decades. During that period, we have seen the biggest armed conflict in history, a dozen other ugly struggles all over the. A. J. Muste Papers Collection Identifier: SCPC-DG Overview A.J. Muste (), was ordained a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church, but later (), he became a member of the Society of Friends. During World War I, Muste's refusal to abandon his pacifist position led to his forced resignation from the Central Congregational Church in. See Muste, " Sketches for an Autobiography " [–], reprinted in The Essays of A. J. Muste, ed. Nat Hentoff (New York, ), 14–38, and Robinson, Abraham Went Out, 3– By the Bomb's. papers-on-gandhi 1/14 Downloaded from on Novem by guest [Book] Papers On Gandhi When somebody should go to the books stores, search instigation by shop, shelf by shelf, it is essentially problematic. This is why we provide the books compilations in this website. It will no question ease you to look.

Martin Luther King’s relationship with the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) began during the Montgomery bus boycott, when FOR veteran Bayard Rustin and FOR national field secretary Glenn E. Smiley came to Montgomery, Alabama, to help support local efforts to challenge racial segregation nonviolently. King also developed a cordial relationship with former FOR chairman A. J. Muste, whose. The Papers of A. J. Muste, – A.J. Muste (–), one of the foremost pacifist leaders, is well known for his influence as a labor organizer and educator. His papers include information on, or correspondence with, many significant individuals and groups associated with the labor and the peace movements and are. The Essays of A. J. Muste Hardcover – January 1, by A. J. Muste (Author), Nat Hentoff (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: A. J. Muste. He was a long-time member of the War Resisters League Executive Committee, served on boards of A.J. Muste Memorial Institute and Consortium on Peace Research and Development (COPRED), and near the end of his life was active in Men of All Colors Together.