James Lawson: An Advocate of Peaceful Change For more than 50 years, the Rev. James Lawson has taught and practiced the principles of non-violent resistance. The Vanderbilt University professor talks with Steve Inskeep about how those principles apply in a time of war.
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James Lawson: An Advocate of Peaceful Change

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James Lawson: An Advocate of Peaceful Change

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For more than 50 years, the Rev. James Lawson has taught and practiced the principles of non-violent resistance. The Vanderbilt University professor talks with Steve Inskeep about how those principles apply in a time of war.