Gandhi: Non-Violence Speech
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  • History → Indian History → Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi gives a speech in which he advocates for non-violent opposition to an unjust law. He acknowledges that there will be consequences for not abiding by the law, but he urges his fellow residents to not give the British their obedience and to do so peacefully.

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  1. How can this speech by Gandhi be related to the work done by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ?

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