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Making Europe Unconquerable: A Civilian-Based Deterrence and Defense…

by Gene Sharp

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"A book from the Program on Nonviolent Sanctions in Conflict and Defense, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University and the Albert Einstein Institution for Nonviolent Alternatives in Conflict and Defense"--Page facing title page Includes index. Bibliography: p. [215]-226.
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"A book from the Program on Nonviolent Sanctions in Conflict and Defense, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University and the Albert Einstein Institution for Nonviolent Alternatives in Conflict and Defense"--Page facing title page Includes index. Bibliography: p. [215]-226.

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