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Gandhis philosophy of civil disobedience influenced leaders of civil rights groups around the world Gandhi believed in a nonviolent approach to everything but most important independence Gandhi did not want to fight back no matter what the British police did to the Indians He wouldnt fight back just take the circumstances Gandhi wanted justice without violence Gandhis first protest was in South Africa In South Africa Gandhi got rights for all the Indians by burning all the passes which allowed Indians to work Gandhis best way of protesting was when he was fasting meaning he didnt eat until the all the violence stopped all he did was drink water I think Gandhis best way of protesting was when he got all the Indians to not cooperate with the British police sure many of them went to jail but Gandhi got his way at the end Gandhis goal was to gain Independence for India in a nonviolent manner Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind Gandhi really believed in this phrase He did many things to reach his goal He got all the Indians to not cooperate with the British police he didnt eat until the violence stopped and burned all the English cloth and made his own clothes by spinning cotton Gandhi was very successful at reaching his goal of gaining independence for India He was destined to reach his goal and for that he went thorough many things He went to jail many times went without eating for weeks and took all the injustice from the British police Gandhi did all this in a nonviolent manner and was very successful One problem that Gandhi couldnt solve was the problem with Hindus and Muslims because he ended up getting shot when he was about to solve this problem In conclusion I think Gandhi was a man destined to gain Independence for his country He was very successful at his goal even though
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