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Title: A Hero in a Loincloth… and His Methods

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: January 23, 1998
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On this day, thousands of natives solemnly walk one at a time, row-by-row, where they are cruelly beaten by the military. The beatings continue throughout the day and night, with no end in sight. This is another example of the extent the people are willing to go to for the same cause that Gandhi is fighting for...

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What is shown is the people’s confidence in Gandhi for the liberation of India. However, some of Mahatma Gandhi’s methods, specifically self-starvation, are questionable, in which he has gone too far to get his message across. For example, when violence erupts between the Hindus and the Muslims in India, Gandhi reacts by starving himself until the people agree to end the violence...

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