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Architects of Peace by Jason Gardner

Architects of Peace

Description : Celebrates the power of nonviolence in a tribute to seventy-five of the world's peacemakers, including such spiritual leaders, activists, writers, and scientists as Jimmy Carter, Colin Powell, Jane Goodall, Coretta Scott King, and Mother Teresa.

Subtitle : Visions of Hope in Words and Images

Authors : Jason Gardner

Published Date : 2002-08-01

Publisher :

ISBN : 9781577312314

Page : 191 Pages

Categories : Photography

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Filesize: 7 MB

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