Gandhi Practices Civil Disobedience in South Africa
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00:00 - 04:21
4m 21s

In this clip, Gandhi makes a speech to denounce the difference of standards Indian citizens are given in the British Empire. He burns his papers and South African police try to forcefully stop him.


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