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Dining with diplomats, praying with gunmen

Author: Anne Bennett
Publisher: Quaker Books
This book sheds light on a fascinating yet little-known area of Quaker work: international conciliation. It examines the quiet, patient but determined processes that underpin their work, and its place in a changing world.
ISBN: 9781999314156
Availability: In stock

£10.00



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This book sheds light on a fascinating yet little-known area of Quaker work: international conciliation. It examines the quiet, patient but determined processes that underpin their work, and its place in a changing world.
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