Dag Hammarskjöld - Visionary for the Future of Hum
On 17 September 1969 Dag Hammarskjöld died in a mysterious plane crash near Ndola in Zambia (the northern Rhodesia). In hindsight the Swede, born in 1905, appears to have been a beacon of light in an otherwise murky morass of international post-war politics.
Garry Davis - Passport to Freedom
Passport to Freedom draws on Davis's four decades of experience, offering timely & practical insights & advice for anyone who agrees that the nation-state system itself is one of the greatest threats to humanity today. Davis argues persuasively that individual sovereignty is the key to challenging the arbitrary war power of nations, & proposes a revolutionary strategy for the growth of a democratic World Government of World Citizens for world peace.
Uniting the Peoples and Nations
Readings of famous writers in World Federalism
On World Federation by Ronald J. Glossop
Glossup, Ronald J., "On World Federation, Newsletter of the Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Vo...
Garry Davis - A Global Odyssey
Dear World, A Global Odyssey is a rollicking, extraordinary global panorama of one man's continuing personal crusade to "live" One World & One Humanity. Besides being a devastating critique of nationalism, it is a practical guide for anyone interested in world peace through law, the freedom to travel, & human rights.
My Country is the World
On May 25, 1948, Garry Davis, a former Broadway actor & B-17 bomber pilot in WW II, walked into the United States Embassy in Paris & renounced his United States citizenship. Since that spring day, Davis has claimed to be a World Citizen. Thus began a physical and spiritual odyssey which has many times led Davis back & forth across the globe & which has not yet ended. The story of that odyssey of the man behind it & of the ideals of world citizenship & world peace which inspired it is told in this highly dramatic, entertaining & timely book.