Support nonviolent direct action / John Cartwright, Susan Thistlethwaite
Take independent initiatives to reduce threat / Glen Stassen
Use cooperative conflict resolution / David Steele, ... et al.
Acknowledge responsibility for conflict and injustice and seek repentance and forgiveness / Alan Geyer
Advance democracy, human rights, and religious liberty / Bruce Russett
Foster just and sustainable economic development / David Bronkema, David Lumsdaine, Rodger A. Payne
Work with emerging cooperative forces in the international system / Paul W. Schroeder
Strengthen the United Nations and international efforts for cooperation and human rights / Michael Joseph Smith
Reduce offensive weapons and weapons trade / Barbara Green, Glen Stassen
Encourage grassroots peacemaking groups and voluntary associations / Duane K. Friesen.
"Mapping a course for individuals, grassroots groups, voluntary associations, and religious organizations - and showing people how to fan the flames of peace - this bold new book challenges pacifists to be peacemakers and just war theorists to spell out the resorts that should be tried before the last. It explores our intentions to restore a just and enduring peace and what we must do."--BOOK JACKET.