Free Ebook! Carnegie Council Illustrated History, "Toward Peace with Justice"

Apr 21, 2015

In 1914, on the eve of World War I, Andrew Carnegie founded the organization now known as Carnegie Council. Its mandate was to put an end to war. What happened next? Find out by reading this compelling book.

Toward Peace with Justice offers a fresh perspective on the Council's first 100 years, placing its story in the context of 20th century American and world history. Historian Kate Hallgren clarifies the difficult choices and conflicts surrounding the Council and its leaders' commitment to ethical behavior in the midst of conflict, from 1914 to the present.

Originally printed as a limited edition, the book is now available in full online, free of charge.

View it here in magazine format or download the PDF at the bottom of the page.

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