The British Empire and Characters in "Gandhi" and "The Patriot"
When Albert Einstein heard of Gandhi's death, he said, "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood, walked upon this earth." And in the words of General George C. Marshall, we can sum up what Gandhi stood for and what he will hopefully always be remembered by: "Mahatma Gandhi has become the spokesman for the conscience of all mankind. He was a man who made humility and simple truth more powerful than Empires." The message or moral in "The Patriot" was not as powerful as in "Gandhi". They made an attempt to include a message of hope about a better future, but we know that civil war followed that time, that black segregation and slavery took place and even today racism is still a daily problem in America. I believe, there is still a lot of progress to be made.…
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