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Uncommon Ground – Rohini Nilekani

Uncommon Ground | Jan 30, 2012

This book of conversations between people holding different points of view has a deliberately misleading title.
Because Rohini Nilekani has managed to show that in the most uncommon of grounds, between the most adversarial
of positions, there can be found something in common if the two sides are willing to at least try and see the other’s point of view; to listen to the other’s argument.

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