This book focuses on the 1980s West German peace movement and examines a cross-national phenomenon that transcended the classical cleavages of class, race, gender, region, party affiliation, and religion. It should be of interest to comparativists in political science and sociology.
1. Background and Overview 2. Movement Definitions and Novelty 3. Movement Origins 4. Organizations and Constituencies 5. Spectrums 6. Strategy and Goals 7. Tactics 8. Mobilization 9. Theory Revisited: Novelty and Origins