Gandhi in East Boston

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February 17, 2011
The American Prospect
by Robert Kuttner  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"When one sentence, buried well down in a New York Times story on Monday quoted a protester recounting that Egyptian activists had studied the work of an American, Gene Sharp, editors everywhere drew blanks and turned to Google. ... Sharp turns out to be an Oxford Ph.D, who has spent his life working on the theory and practical strategy of nonviolent resistance. You might think of him as a cross between Gandhi, pacifist A.J. Muste, and the legendary Organizer Saul Alinsky. Though most Americans have never heard of him, opponents of dictatorship the world over know him well." (02/17/11)  

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