How Did Gandhi Change the World?

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Mohandas Gandhi changed the world by proving peaceful resistance could be effective in creating change. Gandhi was intent on independence for India and he faced down the British with non-violent protests and speeches. His model of non-violent resistance became a model for other men with causes including Martin Luther King, Jr. Gandhi led a movement of non-cooperation that started in 1920. The movement called for the boycott of British traditions and goods and included a 250 mile march of thousands of Indians led by Gandhi. India gained its independence in 1947.
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