Lessons in Non-violent Civil Disobedience from the life of M. K. Gandhi and his Legacy

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There are many armed conflicts going on all around the world everyday. Many countries have amassed so many nuclear weapons that they can destroy all life on earth many times over. The ‘military industrial complex’ and powerful media are manipulating and / or controlling major policies in many democratic and not so democratic governments to spend billions of dollars in acquiring arms and creating conflicts. Life of Mohandās K. Gāndhi can be a good ‘role model’ to study and emulate. How did he mobilize millions of Indians to give up their families and jobs, fight the British without guns and achieve independence for India.

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