Rajmohan Gandhi Remembers His Grandfather
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Rajmohan Gandhi Remembers His Grandfather

Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and author of "Gandhi: The Man, His People and the Empire," speaks about the historical context of the recording of Gandhi, the themes intertwined in the speech, and his childhood memories of his grandfather with The Washington Post's Shankar Vedantam.Video by Anna Uhls

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