For Gandhi, nationalism was based on understanding what was required for people to be free

Gandhi was also clear that capitalism as we know it, for which he used the term “the English system”, could not serve such a nation.

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How A.G. Sulzberger Is Leading the New York Times Into the Future

On a Sunday morning in the summer of 2018, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, a member of the fifth generation of the family that controls the New York Times, was changing the diaper of a member of the sixth, when the phone rang.

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Promoting equality in science: what works, and what doesn’t?

On this Ada Lovelace Day, what can we do to fix inequalities in science? In a parallel universe created by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling in the 1990 steampunk novel The Difference Engine, Ada Lovelace is depicted as a dreamy, untethered gambling addict past her mathematical prime.

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Empire’s Religion: Arundhati Roy Confronts the Tyranny of the Free Market

Perhaps the most revealing words on the topic of globalization in recent years came not from the pen of Thomas Piketty, nor were they written by Robert Reich or Joseph Stiglitz or Paul Krugman — rather, they can be found in the pages of The Lexus and the Olive Tree, written by the notoriou

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