If You Want To Change The World, You Need To Start With Small Groups, Loosely Connected But United By A Shared Purpose

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In 1847, a young doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis had a major breakthrough. Working in a maternity ward, he discovered that a regime of hand washing could dramatically lower the incidence of childbed fever. Unfortunately, the medical establishment rejected his ideas and the germ theory of

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