Chenoweth: Nonviolent Uprisings Succeed Often

Writing for a recent issue of Sojourners, Erica Chenoweth, assistant professor of government, discusses how nonviolent uprisings, even in oppressive countries, succeed much more often that commonly thought. Chenoweth bases this assertion on exhaustive analysis of the success rates nonviolent uprisings versus armed uprisings from the early 1900s to present day.