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- The preceding section dealt with its counterpart, " non- resistance," which has a neutral connotation, and implies that the non- resister is not involved in the immediate struggle, and that for him the refusal to inflict injury upon anyone is a higher value than the achievement of any policy of his own, either positive or negative. - "Introduction to Non-Violence", Theodore Paullin.
- But to rub it into a non- resister like Uncle Dudley- well, what's the use? - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.