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From them he got his knowledge of how to and who you should way war with. But his should have read the first part more careful about the war against the Persian Empire , then he should have understand that the king do not run in front of you soldier that way you will be killed. Anyone that has not read the Xenophon should read his book they are great book to read. I have read so much about him. He was a very interested person and I so happy to come over you book and I will buy them all now. NO, I not am going to write it.
Thanks Roland. Please let me start with the positive, as to reading order. As a pacifist, I recognize a distinction between legitimate self-defense, even with deadly force, and practices such as massacres, or the killing of prisoners in judicial or extrajudicial executions. It is one thing to describe brutalizing evil, or to recognize how people opposing it may not always be able to prevent it as carried out by allies as well as adversaries. Some African-American citizens were indeed armed and prepared to use deadly force in self-defense or defense of others, as Dr.
Martin Luther King observed was their natural right; but civil rights activists did not draw up kill lists and launch a carefully orchestrated campaign to lynch the lynchers actual or potential. Rather, age-old Jim Crow attitudes and behaviors were overcome by the triumph of nonviolent action and the rule of law.
Margo, Do you really think Gandhi would have lived if he tried his non-violence in the 17th century? Non-violence only works when the opposing forces are willingly constrained by either their laws or other forces.