The Life of John Lewis and the 2020 Tipping Point That Is Changing the World

“Word of mouth epidemics are the work of connectors.”

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By Jed Diamond Ph.D

I still remember the uneasy feeling I had as a 23-year old graduate student on October 29, 1966, as I sat with 14,000 others jammed into the Greek Theater at U.C. Berkeley listened to Student…

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