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After Gandhi by Anne Sibley O'Brien
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Feb 19, 2009

bookshelves: non-fiction, middle-grade-audience, biography, illustrated-chapter
Read in March, 2009

There is a lot to absorb and learn. With each chapter, I was struck by the bravery of these individuals. Pairing the events themselves with the mini-biography ("More to the Story") added a unique feature to the book. The author balances this exceptional set of biographies with examples of "leaderless" efforts, such as student activists in Tiananmen Square.

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