The 100th monkey phenomenon

Japanese scientists studying monkeys in captivity observed how they all ate sweet potatoes dropped in the mud, along with the dirt. Then, one baby monkey washed it in a nearby stream. Others took their time but slowly followed suit.

is the analogy Leila Seth uses to explain how landmark legislations like the Right to Information (RTI) gradually take root, encouraging RTI activists not to lose heart.

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