Posted by: helenrobertsbradford | February 15, 2010

Horses for Peace

Rural peace march

From the Committee of 100 bulletin, Resistance, June 1965

The urgency and gravity of the campaigns organised by the Committee of 100 did not prevent a quirky sense of humour creeping into its national bulletin, Resistance, as these examples from 1965 and 1966 show.  There were many competing organisational and ideological influences within the Committee of 100, ranging from Gandhian non violence (the legacy of the DAC), through anarchism (Nicolas Walter), to libertarian socialism (Solidarity for Workers’ Power).  Sadly Horses for Peace was not one of these…

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