What Gandhi’s Wife Taught Him About Nonviolent Resistance. Kasturba Gandhi's wise resistance to her own husband was a model of workaround justice.

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Demolishing the California Dream: How San Francisco Planned Its Own Housing Crisis. City ordinances have pitted the haves against the have-nots since the Gold Rush.

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Things That We Realized After Spontaneously Adopting A Dog From A Shelter. Illustrator Bird Born lovingly shows us the transformation of his dog in her new home.

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The First Book Published in Antarctica Was to Fight Winter Boredom. Shackleton's crew produced 100 copies of Aurora Australis, of which 70 are still known to exist.

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The Economies With the Most (and Least) Efficient Health Care. The annual Bloomberg Health-Efficiency Index ranks the U.S. at 54 this year.

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Disney's Most Common Animal Villains, Visualized. The most likely antagonists among them are also the species most likely to be heroes.

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How Motherhood Changes the Brain. Knowing about the latest research would make it less frightening.

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Patrick Manson, the Man Who First Linked Mosquitoes to Disease. The Scottish physician is still referred to as “The Father of Tropical Medicine.”