Gandhi's List of Social Sins: Lessons in Truth
"Wealth without work, pleasure without consequence, commerce without morality, science without humanity - these are among the 'social sins' that Gandhi identified as contributing to the colonial oppression of India. His work left a legacy that continues to this day." --from back
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The Healing Value of Ordinary Labor
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