Methods of Non-Violent Intervention

Psychological Intervention

Mondays

4:30 pm

158. Self-exposure to the elements

159. The fast

        a) Fast of moral pressure

        b) Hunger strike

        c) Satyagrahic fast

160. Reverse trial

161. Nonviolent harassment

Physical Intervention

Tuesdays

10:00 am

162. Sit-in

163. Stand-in

164. Ride-in

165. Wade-in

166. Mill-in

167. Pray-in

168. Nonviolent raids

169. Nonviolent air raids

170. Nonviolent invasion

171. Nonviolent interjection

172. Nonviolent obstruction

173. Nonviolent occupation

Social Intervention

Saturdays

11:30 am

174. Establishing new social patterns

175. Overloading of facilities

176. Stall-in

177. Speak-in

178. Guerrilla theater

179. Alternative social institutions

180. Alternative communication system

181. Reverse strike

182. Stay-in strike

183. Nonviolent land seizure

184. Defiance of blockades

185. Politically motivated counterfeiting

186. Preclusive purchasing

187. Seizure of assets

188. Dumping

189. Selective patronage

190. Alternative markets

191. Alternative transportation systems

192. Alternative economic institutions

Economic Intervention

Saturdays

11:30 am

Political Intervention

Saturdays

11:30 am

193. Overloading of administrative systems

194. Disclosing identities of secret agents

195. Seeking imprisonment

196. Civil disobedience of “neutral” laws

197. Work-on without collaboration

198. Dual sovereignty and parallel government