Articles

Blazing a Trail

Mohandas K. Gandhi, who lived from 1869 to 1948, could be said to have anticipated Marshall McLuhan, who lived from 1911 to 1980. McLuhan was the so-called...

How to Rule India: Break It Into More Pieces?

In mid-October 1952, an acolyte of Mahatma Gandhi named Potti Sriramulu invoked the tactics of his teacher and went on a hunger strike. The nation of India — at...

Forgiving Rajiv Gandhi's Assassin

The concepts of forgiveness and reconciliation are as old as religion itself. All the world's great faiths preach forgiveness, from Christianity's parable of the...

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Photo Essays

Angora: The Goat That Keeps On Giving

There’s something quietly audacious about sending one of the world’s finest photographers — in the midst of a world war — to document the lives of goats. But...

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