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A History of Newton Dialogues BOOK now available
Linda and Steve Nathanson were among the early organizers and key leaders of Newton Dialogues on Peace and War. Linda has written an account of how Newton Dialogues came into existence and put that together with over two hundred pages of archival material (newspapers, photos, press reports, event flyers, etc) to create a BOOK - a case study of community anti-war organizing.
The book "A History of NewtonDialogues on Peace and War, 2001-2007" is available in an classy full color edition (appropriate for your coffee table) and a very attractive but less expensive black and white edition.
You can order the full color book on Amazon.com (http://goo.gl/kKyrO4) or at https://www.createspace.com/6270017 for $35.49 plus shipping. You can order the black and white edition of the book at https://www.createspace.com/6502547 or at Amazon( http://goo.gl/wSxgMy) for $10.00 plus shipping.
The "original" manuscript of the book is available at the Newton Free Library in the "Newton Collection" and at the Jackson Homestead and Museum (527 Washington St., Newtonville) where you can also find a huuuuge collection of original archival materials.