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Moncure Conway & Pacifism (Part Two)

Moncure Conway & Pacifism (Part Two)

This post was written by Conway Hall Library & Archives volunteer, Paula Przybylowicz, who has been researching the pacifist ethics of our namesake Moncure Conway. This is the second part; part one can be found here. By 1863, at the age of 31, Moncure Conway had served as a circuit rider, preached against war as […]

Moncure Conway & Pacifism (Part One)

This post was written by Conway Hall Library & Archives volunteer, Paula Przybylowicz, who has been researching the pacifist ethics of our namesake Moncure Conway. Throughout his life, Moncure Conway’s moral convictions evolved to become not only ethical values but also deeds that encouraged social change. In this sense, his life perfectly incarnated the Shakespearean […]

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