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Satyagraha

Satyagraha is the philosophy of passive resistance introduced by Mohandas Gandhi in South Africa in 1906 and successfully employed in the Indian independence movement. Satyagraha involves the refusal to submit to anything perceived as wrong, while adhering to the principle of nonviolence in order to maintain the tranquility of mind required for insight. Meaning "insistence on truth" in Sanskrit, Satyagraha played a significant role in what other civil rights movement across the globe? More...
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Satyagraha
Satyagraha is the philosophy of passive resistance introduced by Mohandas Gandhi in South Africa in 1906 and successfully employed in the Indian independence movement. Satyagraha involves the refusal to submit to anything perceived as wrong, while adhering to the principle of nonviolence in order to maintain the tranquility of mind required for insight. Meaning "insistence on truth" in Sanskrit, Satyagraha played a significant role in what other civil rights movement across the globe.
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