Clare Rewcastle Brown
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Israel Dov Frumkin
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Dan Haifley
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Grigore Preoteasa
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Teesta Setalvad
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M Kunjikannan
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Jillian York
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Alexis Nour
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Tarun Tejpal
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Mahatma Gandhi
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Henry Rollins
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Praful Bidwai
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Izabela Sadoveanu-Evan
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Celia Farber
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Gershon Agron
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Jack Patten
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Gita Sahgal
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Abraham Moses Luncz
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Eric Butler
Eric Dudley Butler (May 7, 1916 – 7 June 2006), Australian political activist and journalist, was the founder of the Australian League of Rights.
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Berl Katznelson
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