Nonviolence Works Against the Nazis?

/ 3 March 2012

Though the title of the paper I just turned in for my Hitler/Bin-Laden & Peace course (with Spring Break starting later today this course, as with the entire semester, is halfway done) a question referring to the Nazis, the question it truly answers is: Could unarmed nonviolent resistance succeed against any brutally ruthless opponent in today’s world? I used examples from unarmed resistance to the Nazis as my guide to explain how and why nonviolence would work against any modern-day Hitler, or effectively any brutally ruthless opponent in today’s world.