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Exchanging AK-47s for Farm Tools
When the South African country of Mozambique was decolonized, a civil war broke out that lasted 15 years until 1992. Over a million people were abused ...
Political Opponents Finish Debate by Making Music Together
At the end of their debate earlier this year, two candidates for a Vermont state House seat asked the moderator for a few extra minutes—not to make ...
A Body Can Only Survive If Its Members Work Together
One day, as I assisted a surgeon, he had me reach into the patient's chest and turn his heart so he could work on it from a better angle. As I gingerly ...
Focusing on a Common Mission Brings People Together
Amy Chua's recent book tells the story of Carl Marlantes, a marine Lieutenant who served in Vietnam, who observed how the military creates unity among ...
Beautiful Symphony Uses 400 Broken Instruments
On December 4, 2017, 400 musicians gathered in the 23rd Street Armory of Philadelphia to perform "Symphony for a Broken Orchestra" by David Lang. The ...
NBA Teammate Apology Sparks Win Streak
A local NBA beat reporter was surprised to find the local team's winning streak coincided with a confession, an apology, and subsequent forgiveness. Portland ...
Indian Army Sets World Record with 58 Men on One Motorcycle
In an audacious display of teamwork, 58 Indian Army Service Corp (ASC) soldiers set a world record when they collectively rode one motorcycle in excess ...
Making Friends Across the Political Aisle
Just how polarized are we as a country? The Pew Research Center revealed last week that Democrats and Republicans don't have many friends of the opposite ...
United We Stand, Divided We Fall
In her book Grapes of Wrath Or Grace, Barabra Brokhoff tells the story of:
A group of American tourists were taking a bus tour in Rome led by an English-speaking ...
Competitive Chickens Spend Time Fighting Not Producing
An evolutionary biologist at Purdue University named William Muir studied chickens. He was interested in productivity—I think it's something that ...