Rebels and Reformers
Pen portraits of people who have made a significant contribution to reform and renewal over the past century. Includes painters, politicians, writers, musicians and social reformers as well as famous theological and ecclesiastical figures.
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India After Gandhi: The History of the World's Largest Democracy
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Charles de Foucauld
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