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The Gandhian Concept of Non-Violence and its spread in the United States
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), the Mahatma, the "great-souled one," of Hinduism and the statesman-pacifist guru if India's struggle for political liberation, developed an intriguing and far-reaching philosophy of community. That philosophy, put into practice as the entire world watched, was uniquely bound up with his views about the ashram, a communal retreat, and his commitment to Satyagraha, nonviolent disobedience to unjust laws and unfair social and political practices. Both satyagraha and the ashram are united in Gandhi's concept of the ashramic com…
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