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The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volume LIV, by Mohandas Gandhi

Volume LIV of the Collected Works includes all Gandhi’s writings from March 6, 1933 to April 22, 1933. There is a great deal of similarity between this volume and the volumes immediately preceding it, especially Volume LIII. 3,155 more words


The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volume LIII, by Mohandas K. Gandhi

The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volume LIII contains all the surviving writings of Gandhi and reports of his statements and interviews from January 11, 1933 to March 5, 1933. 2,547 more words


The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volume LII, by Mohandas K. Gandhi

Volume LII of this roughly one hundred volume collection contains everything Gandhi said or wrote of which there’s a record from November 16, 1932 to January 10, 1933. 2,032 more words


The “Resister’s Toolkit”

By Erica Chenoweth for Denver Dialogues

In his article in the May 2015 issue of APSR, Evgeny Finkel makes a splash by arguing that exposure to “selective repression” (such as surveillance, beatings, arrests, and torture) helps dissidents to develop a robust skill set with which to maintain enduring resistance later on. 628 more words


Day #677:Gandhi on the Benefit of Shyness

I am currently reading  Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography The Story of My Experiments With Truth

There are a lot of remarkable things you read about Gandhi’s life that makes you appreciate why he is considered one of the greatest leaders of the past century. 448 more words

Day 2 & 3: Ghandi and visiting the Raj Ghat and the Mahatma Ghandi Smitri. Oh and brown sugar...

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Raj Ghat Memorial toMahatma Gandhi

Just when I thought I had this time change thing down… I slept most of yesterday afternoon which means I’ve been awake since 1:30 a.m. 1,213 more words


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Years ago the word “vegan” was virtually unheard of, but lately celebrity vegans like Bill Clinton, Mike Tyson, Paul McCartney, Alicia Silverstone, Natalie Portman, and Ellen Degeneres are raising its profile. 70 more words

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