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Revision as of 13:52, 20 November 2018

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BornMohandas Karamchand Gandhi
1869-10-02
British Indian Empire, (now Gujarat, India)
Died1948-01-30 (Age 78)
New Delhi, Delhi, India
Alma materBhavnagar, University College London
Parents • Karamchand Gandhi
• Putlibai Gandhi
Children • Harilal
• Manilal
• Ramdas
• Devdas
SpouseKasturba Gandhi
Interest ofJames Douglass

 

Related Quotation

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Pacifism“the only intelligent, realistic, expedient program which Gandhi had at his disposal; and that the ‘morality’ which surrounded this policy of passive resistance was to a large degree a rationale to cloak a pragmatic program with a desired and essential moral cover…. Confronted with the issue of what means he could employ against the British, we come to the other criteria previously mentioned; that the kind of means selected and how they can be used is significantly dependent upon the face of the enemy, or the character of his opposition. Gandhi’s opposition not only made the effective use of passive resistance possible but practically invited it. His enemy was a British administration characterized by an old, aristocratic, liberal tradition, one which granted a good deal of freedom to its colonials and which always had operated on a pattern of using, absorbing, seducing, or destroying, through flattery or corruption, the revolutionary leaders who arose from the colonial ranks. This was the kind of opposition that would have tolerated and ultimately capitulated before the tactic of passive resistance.”Saul Alinsky1972


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