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The movie Gandhi portrayed a great man that used civil disobedience to gain Indias independence from Britain Gandhi was an Indian man that took on the British Empires policies of injustice discrimination and command without using violence as a weapon His ideas and actions caused many new beliefs in liberation Gandhi began his work against the injustices of the British Empire when he was in South Africa After returning to India Gandhi had convinced himself that he must get in touch with the people and persuade them to follow him in nonviolent and non-cooperative protest against British rule Through marches demonstrations and protests Gandhi was able to capture the attention of the world to India by displaying the atrocities of the British Empire and not retaliating with violence Although Indian Independence was Gandhis main goal he disliked that Hindus and Muslims did not want to live together after India had gained independence Gandhi became very upset after he was thrown off a train traveling across South Africa because he had refused to yield his first class seat and move to the third class where all of the colored people were forced to ride After the train incident Gandhi organized his first protest in which he burned passes that Indians were required to carry at all times in South Africa Although his first protest was not well attended Gandhi had received enough newspaper coverage that his second protest drew a large crowd Gandhi was able to lead a highly effective march in South Africa and his success caused him to return to India where he could work for an even greater cause Indian Independence Soon after making his return to India Gandhi began traveling all over the country
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