Melbourne, FL: Melbourne University Press, 1956. 237p., very good hardcover.
Borsodi, a decentralist and community organizer, established the shoestring-budget Melbourne University as a graduate school to formalize the instruction of his philosophy, but it only offered a handful of courses. In this work he laments Asia's rejection of the nonviolent message of Gandhi, whom Borsodi describes as the greatest leader the continent has produced.
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