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Demographics Are Creating An Electoral Battlegrou...
In the southeastern part of Irving, the signs of an increasingly diverse population are unmistakable. Off a major boulevard, there is a “Latino Tire Shop” with several Latin American flags painted on...
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Gandhi 'Experiments with Truth' at the Menil
Gandhi ‘Experiments with Truth’ at the Menil Located in the East Gallery of the Menil Collection, “The Needle Woman” features a woman with her back to the camera in six different cities. | Photo by...
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Elements of Resistance: Warriors of Peace
The following is Chapter Six, in its entirety, from the forthcoming book, "Elements of Resistance: Violence, Nonviolence, and the State" by Jeriah Bowser and published by theHampton Institute...
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Martin Luther King
Gandhi, morality and political legitimacy
While true political legitimacy has to be premised on popular will, on the desire for self-determination, and on the capacities and capabilities of a government, it resides in a more subtle quality...
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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Cleanup effort hits streets of India
NEW DELHI – With brooms in hand, politicians, bureaucrats, police officers and citizen groups descended on the streets Thursday to sweep away trash as part of an ambitious new effort to clean up...
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
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Swachh Bharat Mission
Gandhi and his spinning wheel: The story behind a...
Gandhi and his spinning wheel: The story behind a famous photo On Gandhi's 145th birthday, LIFE is sharing the story of one of the most famous photos of the pioneer of non-violent civil disobedience,...
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Things Gandhi knew
Between 2 pm on October 1 and 10.30 am on October 2, Central government offices in New Delhi remained closed. Why? Because Prime Minister Narendra Modi, concerned about widespread filth in India, is...
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Modi plays the Garden
In what will almost certainly be the highlight of his visit to the United States, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed tens of thousands of madly cheering Indian-Americans at Madison Square Garden...
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Business Standard India
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Bill de Blasio
Quiz: Can you tell the difference between Nationa...
Kevin Williamson, the National Review writer who was once best known as “I have hanging more in mind,” Williamson tweeted when asked by a Twitter interlocutor whether he really considers abortion to...
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