Peace!: By the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates : an Anthology, Page 31
As the memory of the upheavals and agonies of the twentieth century fades, this book recalls the thoughts and words of the Nobel Peace Prize laureates. They are a source of inspiration and guidance toward renewing our efforts to foster peaceful change and improve the human condition.
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Oscar Arias Sánchez 1987
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