The Education of a Peacemaker

adolph hitler, albert einstein, aldous huxley, alexander herzen, an interview, arnold toynbee, atlantic ocean, both, brave new world, british council, but gandhi, cold war, conflict, dalai lama, do you, east german, eastern european, eduardo frei, fidel castro, gandhi, george orwell, german jew, great lakes, h. g. wells, henry kissinger, in hitler, indian ocean, iron curtain, johan galtung, jules verne, labor party, mahatma gandhi, mickey mouse, middle east, mohammed yunus, nelson mandela, new york times, nineteen eighty, nobel peace prize, peace, peace studies, president lyndon johnson, princeton university, project camelot, right livelihood award, robert jungk, robert park, s. army, salvador allende, santa clara, second world war, seven years, social, something, south asia, southeast asia, soviet union, united kingdom, united states, united states army, versailles treaty, vietnam war, west bank, world, world bank, you americans