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ID number:302978
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Published: 19.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The term satyagraha means "holding to the truth" or "truth force." Satyagraha became the means by which Gandhi struggled for equal political rights and did not harm or injure to their enemies. Gandhi insisted above all to follow nonviolence. "The force of truth, Gandhi felt, was not enough. The sword of satyagraha must be tempered with ahimsa or in other words, nonviolence. To the western world Gandhi held no real power by means of military strength or political office, nor did he have the advantage of great wealth. Yet his authority in India and the world was far-reaching. He held up the…

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