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What happened to nonviolence?

Two graphs tell some of the story. First is how often “nonviolence” and “non-violence” in books: Second is search trends for “nonviolence” and “non-violence” since 2004, which is when Google started keeping track of trends: Clearly nonviolence wasn’t a thing at all until Mohandas Gandhi started bringing it up in 1918. And it became a big thing […]
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