Footnotes for Speak Truth To Power
1. ORWELL, GEORGE, 1984. New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1949.
2. TOYNBEE, ARNOLD J., "Not the Age of Atoms, but of Welfare for All," The New York Time Magazine, October 21, 1951.
3. MUMFORD, LEWIS, "Kindling for Global Gehenna," The Saturday Review, June 26,1948.
4. FINUCANE, JAMES, "Lightning Over Germany," Peace Action, October, 1953.
5. WEIL, SIMONE, "The Iliad or a Poem of Force," Politics, Pamphlet #1.
6. One discussion of this subject may be found in Men Against Fire by S. L. A. MARSHALL published by William Morrow and Company, New York, 1947.
7. Produced by Coronet Films in consultation with the Department of Defense and other organizations, 1951.
8. ZELLERBACH, JAMES D., The New York Times, October 15, 1953.
9. WOOLMAN, JOHN, "Consideration on Keeping Negroes," an essay printed in 1762.
10. TOYNBEE, ARNOLD J., The World and the West. New York: Oxford University Press, 1953.
11. HORDERN, WILUAM, Christianity, Committee and History. Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 1954.
12. SHAKESPEARE WILLLIAM, The Merchant of Venice, Act 111, Scene 1.
13. LUTHULL, CHIEF ALBERT, President of the African National Congress, Bulletin of Americans for South African Resistance, No. 12, February 27, 1953.
14. Material on Quaker experience in treatment of prisoners, mentally ill and slaves; also on Quaker relationship to Indians, 1756-58, taken from The Contribution of the Quaker. by ELIZABETH JANET GRAY. Wallingford, Pennsylvania: F. A. Davis Company, 1947.
15. GANDHI, MOHANDAS K., Harijan, November 12, 1938. Permission of Navajivan Trust.
16. WOOLMAN, JOHN, "A Word of Remembrance and Caution to the Rich," Section IX of in essay printed in 1793.
17. SWOMLEYs JOHN M., JR., The Peace Offensive and the Cold War. New York, National Council Aginst Conscription, 1954.
18. PATON, ALAN, Cry, the Beloved Country. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948.
19. FOULDS ELFREDA VIPONT, "Your Lives Speak," Pendle Hill pamphlet #71, May, 1953.