Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)



First Advisor

J. William Harris

First Committee Member

Marion O. Pease

Second Committee Member

Lorraine Knoles


This thesis attempts to record the progress of peace promoting projects by telling the story of the beginning, development, and operation of the Peace Movement, with special emphasis on the post war undertakings.

It is written primarily for the junior high school student, with the hope that the information will provide a suitable basis for him to make his own deduction as to whether or not wars are necessary in settling international disputes.

The method adopted is that of simple historical narration, beginning with ancient times and bringing it down to the present day. This broad approach is necessary so that the student may grasp the sweep and spirit of the movement.





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