London: Allen and Unwin, 1964. First edition. Octavo, original orange cloth, yellow top edge, original dust jacket. Book fine, very mild soiling and edge-wear to bright dust jacket. A near-fine copy. Item #120
"NONVIOLENCE HAS DEEP HISTORICAL ROOTS IN THE CHRISTIAN FAITH AND IN THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, EXEMPLIFIED IN ITS LORD, WHOM GANDHI ONCE CALLED 'THE PRINCE OF SATYAGRAHIS'" First edition of Miller's look at the principles of Nonviolent resistance, in both theory and practice. The book is divided into three sections: The Dimensions and Scope of Nonviolence, The Dynamics of Nonviolence, A Casebook of Nonviolence. The final casebook section focuses on nonviolence in action and concludes with Episodes of Spontaneous Nonviolence, in Russia (1917), Hungary (1849), France (1871), East Germany (1953), Hungary (1956), and Algeria (1962). Includes a Glossary and a Bibliography.