Worth a Look: Book Reviews on Dialog for Truth & Reconciliation

Dialog for Truth & Reconciliation

Review DVD: Bride and Prejudice

Review DVD: Gandhi (1982)

Review: A Power Governments Cannot Suppress

Review: A Whole New Mind–Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age (Hardcover)

Review: All Rise–Somebodies, Nobodies, and the Politics of Dignity

Review: Counterculture Through the Ages–From Abraham to Acid House

Review: Crucial Conversations–Tools for Talking When Stakes are High

Review: Faith-Based Diplomacy–Trumping Realpolitik

Review: Good Muslim, Bad Muslim–America, the Cold War, and the Roots of Terror

Review: Influence–Science and Practice (4th Edition) (Paperback)

Review: Information Operations–Warfare and the Hard Reality of Soft Power (Issues in Twenty-First Century Warfare) (Paperback)

Review: Poets For Palestine

Review: Reconciliation–Islam, Democracy, and the West

Review: Soft Power–The Means To Success In World Politics

Review: Soft Selling in a Hard World–Plain Talk on the Art of Persuasion (2nd Edition-Revised & Updated)

Review: The Audience, The Message, The Speaker with Public Speaking PowerWeb (Paperback)

Review: The Handbook of Large Group Methods–Creating Systemic Change in Organizations and Communities

Review: The Language of New Media (Leonardo Books) (Paperback)

Review: The New Golden Rule–Community And Morality In A Democratic Society

Review: The Power of the Powerless–Citizens Against the State in Central-Eastern Europe

Review: The Seventeen Traditions

Review: The Springboard–How Storytelling Ignites Action in Knowledge-Era Organizations

Review: The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

Review: The Unconquerable World–Power, Nonviolence, and the Will of the People

Review: The World Cafe–Shaping Our Futures Through Conversations That Matter (Paperback)

Review: Unspeakable Truths–Facing the Challenges of Truth Commissions (Paperback)

Review: Why Societies Need Dissent (Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures)

Jan 17

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