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Question: Are these the true heroes and patriots? CPNN article: The Real Heroes of Fairbanks Alaska
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Posted: June 13 2003,13:06

Readers' comments are welcome on this report, The Real Heroes of Fairbanks Alaska, or on the discussion question, Are these the true heroes and patriots?
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Posted: April 28 2007,08:42

I recommend two books by Professor Michael True that describe the true peace heroes:

Justice Seekers Peace Makers: 32 Portraits in Courage (1985)

To Construct Peace: 30 More Justice Seekers, Peace Makers (1992)

These books may be obtained by mail order from the Internet site of alibris.com.

Six of the brief biographies are available on the Internet Website of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.

They are:

> Jane Addams, 1860-1935
> Dorothy Day, 1897-1980
> Mohandas Gandhi, 1869-1948
> Martin Luther King, 1929-1968
> Rosa Parks, b. 1913

Most of these important heroes are also included in my book on Psychology for Peace Activists which is available on the Internet.
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