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  1. Uncommon Controversy: Fishing Rights of the Muckleshoot, Puyallup, and Nisqually Indians, a Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee by Unknown, 1970
  2. The Deadly Connection: Nuclear War & U. S. Intervention: Transcripts From the Conference Initiated By the American Friends Service Committee, New England Regional Office. Held at M. I. T. December 4 & 5, 1982. by Joseph Gerson, 1983
  3. The Draft? A report prepared for the Peace Education Division of the American Friends Service Committee
  4. PEACE IN VIETNAM A New Approach in Southeast Asia. A Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee by Anonymous, 1966
  5. Search for Peace in the Middle East; a Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee
  6. 1917 Establishments: Cheka, Culver City, California, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, American Friends Service Committee, Sigma Alpha Rho
  7. Anatomy of Anti-Communism: A Report Prepared for the Peace Education Division of the American Friends Service Committee by American Friends Service Committee, Socibetbe Des Amis, 1969-01
  8. Peace In Vietnam A New Approach In Southeast Asia A Report Prepared For The American Friends Service Committee
  9. A New China Policy Some Quaker Proposals A Report For The American Friends Service Committee by The American Friends Service Committee, 1965
  10. Indochina 1972: Perpetual War. a Statement of the Board of Directors, American Friends Service Committee by American Friends Service Committee, 1972-01-01
  11. Peace in Vietnam; a New Approach in Southeast Asia; a Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee
  12. The story of the American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1952. by American Friends Service Committee, 1952
  13. The United States and the Soviet Union: Some Quaker proposals for peace.A report for the American Friends Service Committee by Society of Friends, 1949
  14. A New China Policy: Some Quaker Proposals (Report Prepared for the American Friends Service Committee) by Society Of Friends (Quakers), 1965-01-01

61. Memorial Service Planned For S.E. Luria
students there was James D. Watson, who shared the nobel Prize in 1962 may be madeto one of the following american friends service committee, Peace Education
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Memorial Service Planned for S.E. Luria
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62. Nobel Peace Prizes
1947. The friends service Council and The american friends service committee,1949. John Boyd Orr of Brechin, 1950. Ralph Johnson Bunche, 1951. Leon Jouhaux,
Select the individual for biographical information Jean Henri Dunant and Frederic Passy Elie Ducommon and Charles Albert Gobat William Randal Cremer Institute of International Law Bertha Sophie Felicita von Suttner Theodore Roosevelt For the peace treaty between Japan and Russia Ernesto Teodoro Moneta and Louis Renault Klas Pontus Arnoldson and Fredrik Bajer Auguste Marie Francois Beernaert and Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'Estournelles de Constant Permanent International Peace Bureau Tobias Michael Carel Asser and Alfred Hermann Fried Elihu Root Initiator of several arbitration agreements. Henri La Fontaine International Committee of the Red Cross Thomas Woodrow Wilson Leon Victor Auguste Bourgeois Karl Hjalmar Branting and Christian Lous Lange Fridtjof Nansen Originator of the Nansen passports. Austen Chamberlain and Charles Gates Dawes Aristide Briand and Gustav Stresemann Negotiators of the Locarno Treaty Ferdinand Buisson and Ludwig Quidde Frank Billings Kellogg Lars Olaf Nathan Soderblom Leader of the ecumenical movement Jane Addams and Nicholas Murray Butler Ralph Norman Angell Arthur Henderson Carl von Ossietzky Pacifist Carlos Saavedra Lamas Mediator in a conflict between Paraguay and Bolivia Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Cecil Nansen International Office for Refugees International Committee of the Red Cross

63. Nobel Peace Prize - Wikipedia
This is a list of the nobel Peace Prize laureates Associations 1947 The friendsservice Council (UK) and The american friends service committee (USA), on
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Nobel Peace Prize
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Nobel Peace Prize is one of five Nobel Prizes bequested by the Swedish industrialist and inventor Alfred Nobel . Four of the five prizes are awarded in Stockholm each year, but Nobel had stipulated in his will that the Peace Prize could not be awarded in Sweden. Instead the Norwegian capital of Oslo was chosen as the award site and a Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee is appointed to select the laureate for the Peace Prize. According to the will of Alfred Nobel the prize should be awarded "to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses".
This is a list of the Nobel Peace Prize laureates:
Jean Henri Dunant (Switzerland), founder of the

64. Jim Matlock Op-ed, Pacifist Response, Quakers - FCNL
My own Quaker organization, the american friends service committee, and its Britishcounterpart were awarded the nobel Peace Prize in 1947 for aid efforts in
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Date Last Reviewed: 4/23/02

R-01-105F The following editorial was drafted by Jim Matlack, Director of the Washington Office of the American Friends Service Committee, in response to a September 26, 2001 Washington Post Op Ed by Michael Kelly, entitled "...Pacifist Claptrap." The Washington Post did not publish Jim's rebuttal, so FCNL is posting it here. September 28, 2001 ONE PACIFIST'S POSITION by James Matlack
Director, Washington Office
American Friends Service Committee
In response to Michael Kelly's column of September 26, "…Pacifist Claptrap," I write as a Quaker pacifist who is profoundly offended by his scapegoating, his shallow analysis, and his presumptuous moralizing. Kelly portrays pacifists as "not serious people" who are self-deluded, self-righteous, "objectively pro-terrorist," and devoted to an "evil" position. "No honest person" can see pacifists otherwise in the current crisis, he says. I speak for myself, not for all pacifists, but I know many Quakers and others who would find unity in my remarks. Michael Kelly is seriously mistaken about the depth of pacifist conviction, the pacifist response to war, and alternative policies that could be adopted in response to the horrific events of September 11th .

65. Haverford College News
Cary was an integral part of the american friends service committee. he served aschief of american Quaker Relief the Quakers earned the 1947 nobel Peace Prize
About Haverford Student Life Athletics For Parents ... Home Administration Bookstore Campaign Directions Give Online Library Site Index About Haverford Academics Admission Alumni Athletics Directory For Parents Search Student Life News News Archives HC in the News Calendar of Events STEPHEN G. CARY, 86, FORMER ACTING PRESIDENT OF
Stephen G. Cary, former acting president of his alma mater Haverford College, antiwar activist, and lifelong Quaker, died Tuesday, July 30 of complications due to prostate cancer at his summer home in Chatham, Mass. He was 86.
He was a conscientious objector during World War II and served in the Civilian Public Service from 1942-46. For two years he was the elected director of two camps in Big Flats, NY and Elkton, Ore. He also directed the CPS Overseas Training Unit at Swarthmore College in 1943. He served on the board of Wilmington College in Ohio from 1952-58. In 1965, Cary undertook a fact-finding mission to South Vietnam to explore whether the people there had needs the AFSC might be able to fill. The report was the basis of Quaker service programs in Vietnam for the next decade. Cary himself became an ardent supporter of the antiwar movement. He fasted for a week in 1971 in front of the White House with five clergymen as part of an ecumenical protest against the war, and was part of a 1972 group that tried to block the loading of the USS

66. International Biography
Year nobel PRIZE WINNERS committee 1945 - Cordell Hull 1946 - JR Mott Emily G.Balch 1947 - american friends service committee friends service Council 1948
NOBEL Prize Winners
1901 - Jean Henri Dunant Frederic Passy
1902 - Elie Ducommun Charles Albert Gobat
1903 - Sir William R. Cremer
1904 - Institute of International Law
1905 - Baroness Bertha von Suttner
1906 - Theodore Roosevelt
1907 - Ernesto T. Moneta Louis Renault
1908 - Klas P Arnoldson Fredrik Bajer
1909 - Auguste Beernaert Paul d'Estournelles de Constant 1910 - International Peace Bureau 1911 - Tobias M. C. Asser A. H. Fried 1912 - Elihu Root 1913 - Henri La Fontaine 1917 - International Red Cross Committee 1919 - Woodrow Wilson 1920 - Leon Bourgeois 1921 - Karl Hjalmar Branting Christian L. Lange 1922 - Fridtjof Nansen 1925 - Sir Austen Chamberlain Charles G. Dawes 1926 - Aristide Briand Gustav Stresemann 1927 - F. E. Buisson Ludwig Quidde 1929 - Frank B. Kellogg 1930 - Nathan Soderblom 1931 - Jane Addams Nicholas Murray Butler 1933 - Sir Norman Angell 1934 - Arthur Henderson 1935 - Carl von Ossietzky 1936 - Carlos Saavedra Lamas 1937 - E. A. R. Cecil, Viscount Cecil

67. ACLU Of Colorado Files Class Action Lawsuit Challenging Denver Police Spyfiles O
clients as criminal extremist, including the american friends service committee,an 85year-old pacifist Quaker group that has won the nobel Peace Prize for
ACLU of Colorado F iles Class Action
Lawsuit Challenging Denver Police
Spyfiles on Peaceful Protest Activities FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mar 28, 2002 The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU) filed a class action lawsuit today challenging the Denver Police Department's practice of monitoring and recording the peaceful protest activities of Denver-area residents, keeping files on the expressive activities of law-abiding advocacy organizations, and sharing those files with third parties. The suit also charges that Denver police have falsely labeled the ACLU's clients as "criminal extremist," including the American Friends Service Committee, an 85-year-old pacifist Quaker group that has won the Nobel Peace Prize for its advocacy of nonviolent social change; and Sister Antonia Anthony, a 73-year-old Franciscan nun whose opinions and lawful protest activity are documented in police files. Additional plaintiffs are End the Politics of Cruelty, a Denver-based human rights organization that has focused on issues of police accountability; the Chiapas Coalition, which conducts education and advocacy activities supporting the struggle of indigenous persons in the Mexican state of Chiapas; and Stephen and Vicki Nash, whose participation in peaceful protest activities is also the subject of police files. The ACLU first revealed the political spying at a news conference March 11, when it disclosed several pages from the Denver police "Spy Files" and called on Denver Mayor Wellington E. Webb to put a stop to the practice, to make a full public accounting, and to permit individuals to review their files.

68. Nobel Barýþ Ödülü Alan Ýsimler
nobel Barýþ Ödülü Alan Ýsimler. ÖDÜLÜ ALAN, YIL. Addams, Jane, 1931.The american friends service committee, 1947. Amnesty International, 1977.
Nobel Barýþ Ödülü Alan Ýsimler ÖDÜLÜ ALAN YIL Addams, Jane The American Friends Service Committee Amnesty International Angell, Sir Norman Arafat, Yasser Arnoldson, Klas Pontus Asser, Tobias Michael Carel Bajer, Fredrik Balch, Emily Greene Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois Begin, Menachem Belo, Carlos Felipe Ximenes Borlaug, Norman Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Brandt, Willy Branting, Karl Hjalmar Boyd-Orr Of Brechin, Lord John Briand, Aristide Bride, Sean Mac Buisson, Ferdinand Bunche, Ralph Butler, Nicholas Murray Cassin, Rene Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Chamberlain, Sir Austen Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Corrigan, Mairead Cremer, Sir William Randal Dalai Lama Dawes, Charles Gates De Klerk, Fredrik Willem Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) Ducommun, Elie

69. Nobel For Peace: All Laureates
service Council (The Quakers), american friends service committee (The Quakers dela Croix Rouge (International committee of the The nobel Prize A History of
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IG Nobel 2002 The invention of :-) West Nile Virus Asteroid Impact? ... Book: Russell Read also: Nobel Prize Women in Science : Their Lives, Struggles, and Momentous Discoveries by Sharon Bertsch McGrayne THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR PEACE: ALL WINNERS 2000 Kim Dae-jung 1999 Médecins Sans Frontières 1998 John Hume, David Trimble 1997 International Campaign to Ban Landmines, Jody Williams 1996 Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, José Ramos-Horta 1995 Joseph Rotblat, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs 1994 Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin 1993 Nelson Mandela, Frederik Willem de Klerk 1992 Rigoberta Menchú Tum 1991 Aung San Suu Kyi 1990 Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev 1989 The 14th Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso ) 1988 United Nations Peacekeeping Forces 1987 Oscar Arias Sanchez 1986 Elie Wiesel 1985 International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War Inc.

70. Prix Nobel De La Paix - Wikipedia
Translate this page Voici les lauréats du prix nobel de la paix The friends service Council (Royaume-Uni)et The american friends service committee (Etats-Unis), on behalf of the
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Les lauréats du prix Nobel sont choisis par le gouvernement norvégien, les autres Prix sont sélectionnés par la "Swedish academic institution". Voici les lauréats du prix Nobel de la paix :
Jean Henri Dunant Suisse ), fondateur de la Croix rouge et promoteur de la Convention de Genève
Frédéric Passy France ), fondateur et président de la Société Française pour l'arbitrage entre nations
Élie Ducommun Suisse ) et Charles Albert Gobat , secrétaires honoraires du Bureau international permanent de la Paix Berne
Sir William Randal Cremer Royaume-Uni ), secrétaire de la

71. INGERSOLL LECTURES: Bibliographical And Biographical Inforation - 1932-1967
Author HENRY J. CADBURY, Hollis Professor of Divinity, Harvard; recipientof the american friends service committee, nobel Peace Prize.
INGERSOLL LECTURES ON THE IMMORTALITY OF MAN Bibliographical and Biographical Information The text of lectures on this page (except for 1958, 1959, 1960, and 1966) can be found in the Andover-Harvard Theological Library on Reel 2 of Mflm. 2789. Title: The Chances of Surviving Death Author: WILLIAM PEPPERELL MONTAGUE, Professor of Philosophy, Barnard College Columbia University, active exponent of "New Realism." Citation: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934. 98 p. Title: Immortality and the Cosmic Process Author: SHAILER MATHEWS, Professor of History and Comparative Theology and Dean of Divinity School, University of Chicago; a leader of the Social Gospel movement. Citation: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1933. 51 p. Title: Indian Conceptions of Immortality Author: WALTER EUGENE CLARK, Wales Professor of Sanskrit at Harvard and Master of Kirkland House. Citation: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934. 49 p. Title: The Communion of Saints Author: C. H. DODD, Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis, University of Manchester, England and Norris-Hule Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge. Citation: Harvard Divinity School Annual for the Academic Year 1935-36 [v. 1 of

72. Working For Peace In Our Time
In 1999, UNESCO and several nobel Peace Laureates launched the Manifesto americanfriends service committee The american friends service committee is a Quaker
Working for Peace In Our Time
It's nearly Christmas of 2001. America is celebrating the birth of Jesus, the King of Peace, by engaging in the wholesome past time of slaughtering thousands of innocent Afghan families as well as possibly tens of thousands of Taliban fighters, a group we financially supported until the moron needed an enemy to bomb to make America feel all warm and fuzzy about itself. There is little to be proud of in America right now. Therefore, we all have two choices; we can either wrap ourselves in some colored cloth and lower ourselves to the despicable and sick level of the current regime or we can shake off the horrors and sadness and use our combined power to cleanse America and the world of the real evil that Bush and his minions, like all other filthy creatures that infect this world, represent. Below are just a few of the groups that are striving to create that world of peace and brotherhood. I've used their own words to describe their missions wherever possible. You will never hear of these groups in the corporate media because there is no monetary gain in their acts, hence, no profits in recognizing them. You must seek them out yourselves. Here are just a few places to begin. The following sites range from political organizations to New Age to religious to the very personal. There is no "correct" path to peace. Rather, all paths, when honestly and respectfully pursued, lead to that same goal.

73. Untitled Document
Information about the 1947 nobel Peace Prize awarded to friends serviceCouncil and the american friends service committee. ~ Integrity
The following links provide information similar or complementary to what is contained in the book, Journey Of The Wild Geese. The first group is a set of internet links and clicking on them will take you directly to those sites. The second group are library links which you can take to your library to help you access those books. Agreement for United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1943 Information about American Friends Service Committee archives Publictions describing Quaker Relief Work Information about the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Friends Service Council and the American Friends Service Committee ... QUIP: Quakers Uniting in Publications ~ An Experiment In Friendship; David Hinshaw; New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons; 1947 ~ The Beat Of A Different Drummer; J. Henry Dasenbrock; Minnesota, The Northland Press of Winona; 1989 ~ Embers Of War: Letters From A Quaker Relief Worker In War-Torn Germany; Grigor McClelland; St. Martins Press; 1997 ~ Europe's Homeless Millions; Fred K. Hoehler; New York, Foreign Policy Administration; 1945 ~ God's Playground: A History Of Poland; Roman Davies; Oxford, Oxford University Press; 1981

74. American Friends Service Committee
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    75. The Friends Service Council Winner Of The 1947 Nobel Prize In Peace
    Links Prize corecipient The american friends service CommitteeGoogle, Search WWW Search The nobel Prize Internet Archive. Links
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    76. Detener El Comercio Del Terror
    Translate this page La campaña cuenta con el apoyo de los siguientes laureados con el Premio Nobelde la Paz american friends service committee, Amnistía Internacional, Oscar

    firme hoy
    preguntas frequentes antecedentes acerca de nosotros Quiénes somos La Comisión de los Laureados con el Premio Nobel de la Paz En 1997, Oscar Arias hizo un llamamiento a otros laureados con el Premio Nobel de la Paz para que se uniesen a él y apoyasen un acuerdo internacional para controlar el comerio de armas de acuerdo con principios establecidos de derechos humanos, derecho internacional y relaciones internacionales pacíficas. Juntos, elaboraron un proyecto de código de conducta internacional restrictivo, en el que se basa la actual Convención Marco. La campaña cuenta con el apoyo de los siguientes laureados con el Premio Nobel de la Paz: American Friends Service Committee, Amnistía Internacional, Oscar Arias, Norman Borlaug, Su Santidad el Dalai Lama, John Hume, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Mairead Maguire, Rigoberta Menchú, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, José Ramos Horta, Joseph Rotblat, Aung San Suu Kyi, Desmond Tutu, Lech Walesa, Elie Weisel, Betty Williams y Jody Williams. El Grupo de Trabajo de ONG Desde el inicio de la campaña, los laureados con el Premio Nobel de la Paz ha contado con el apoyo activo de un grupo de organizaciones no gubernamentales, algunas de las cuales han recibido también el Premio Nobel de la Paz. Este Grupo de Trabajo de ONG promueve la campaña en los ámbitos nacional, regional y global.

    77. HomeSchool - Camp Internet - HomePlanet.Net HomeSchool Center
    of Peace to King Charles II, 1660 In 1947, the american friends service Committeeand the British friends service Council received the nobel Peace Prize, on
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    Pacifism in American History
    Conscientious objection has a unique place in United States history. In fact, the tradition of refusing military service - and the recognition of that right - can be traced back to America's founding fathers, some of whom were pacifists fleeing oppression for their beliefs in Europe. Several of the original colonies, including Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, were founded by the Quaker pacifist William Penn.
    The framers of the U.S. Constitution even considered including an exemption from military service for conscientious objectors in the Second Amendment. This clause was omitted because they did not envision the need for creating a standing army.
    At the onset of the Revolutionary War, George Washington issued a draft order, which was a call to "all young men of suitable age to be drafted, except those with conscientious scruples against war."
    During the American Civil War, the conscription law of the North provided the

    78. Nobel Peace Laureats Speak Out
    FollowUps Re nobel Peace Laureats Speak Out From Rania Masri. Prev by DateAmerican friends service committee Press Release; Next by thread Re nobel Peace
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    79. Links
    Mennonite Central committee (MCC) ( http// ), A relief, service, andpeace agency of the North american Mennonite and friends Bulletin.
    Links to Other Sites
    Quaker Organizations
    The Religious Society of Friends ( ), This list is the most comprehensive Quaker site, and you can visit almost all Quaker-affiliated sites from there by following the links. American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) ( ), The AFSC is a Quaker organization that includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. AFSC has programs that focus on issues related to economic justice, peace-building and demilitarization, social justice, and youth, in the United States, and in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) ( ), FCNL is a Quaker lobby in the public interest, seeking to bring the concerns, experiences and testimonies of the Religious Society of Friends to bear on policy decisions in the nation's capital.
    Friends Committee on Legislation of California (FWCC)
    ( ), was established by Quakers in 1952 and works to bring social justice into government by influencing law-making in the State Capitol. Friends World Committee for Consultation ( ), FWCC seeks to relate Friends throughout the world.

    80. Encyclopædia Conglomeration: Nobel Peace Prize Recipients
    of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred nobel, to be 1947, Americanfriends service committee / friends service Council, US / United Kingdom,
    Nobel Peace Prize Recipients Some of the nationalities of these individuals may be off. Year Recipient Nationality Comments Jean Duant / Frederic Passy Sweden / France Elie Ducommon / Charles Gobat Sweden / Sweden William Cremer United Kingdom Institute of International Law Belgium Bertha von Suttner Austria Teddy Roosevelt Ernesto Moneta / Louis Renault Italy / France Klas Arnoldson / Fredrik Bajer Sweden / Denmark Auguste Beernaert / Paul Estournelles de Constant Belgium / France International Peace Bureau Sweden Tobias Asser / Alfred Fried Netherlands / Austria Elihu Root US Henri Lafontaine Belgium Not Awarded Not Awarded Not Awarded International Red Cross Committee Not Awarded Woodrow Wilson Leon Bourgeois France Hjalmer Branting / Christian Lange Sweden / Norway Fridtjof Nansen Norway Not Awarded Not Awarded Austen Chamberlin / Charles Dawes United Kingdom / US Aristide Briand / Gustav Stresemann France / Germany Ferdinand Buisson / Ludwig Quidde France / Germany Not Awarded Frank Kellogg US Lars Soderblom Sweden Jane Addams / Nicholas Butler US Not Awarded Norman Angell United Kingdom Arthur Henderson United Kingdom Carl von Ossietzky GER Carlos Lamas Argentina Edgar Cecil United Kingdom Nansen International Office for Refugees Norway Joseph Stalin USSR I never knew that!

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