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 need to have the attached paper corrected grammatically its a little hard to read. Please shorten to 5 pages instead of 6.

NONVIOLENT SPEECH 1 Title Page NONVIOLENT SPEECH 2 The nonviolence speech led by Mahatma Gandhi will always remain one of the greatest events in history. It is a speech filled with articulate philosophy from a great leader of our time and whose wisdom is still applicable in the world. There are various reasons why one has to select the event led by this great leader in the world history. The speaker has the knowledge of what he was talking about and what he wanted the audience to get from his speech. Gandhi was clear on what he wanted people to do especially on the demonstration day to take over their freedom from the British colonialists. He stated it clear that those participating in the revolution were to be in charge of both realms. He never did this without an explanation of the reason he would call for the nonviolence reaction of the people. One would also select the event due to his charismatic leadership it conveyed to the world. The leader had a great following with many believing in what he said and his words in particular led them to believing that they were going in the right direction. The call to nonviolent action demonstrates great leadership power of civil disobedience that would not be comparable with the violence kind of power. The event showed internal intent that was not to take arms or treat the issue of Indian liberation in a passive sense but people had to understand and walk intent of the event itself which was led by Mahatma Gandhi (Mattaini, 2013). You would also be pushed to like the event given that despite the power, the people had and a position of their strength, the leader would make it clear to them that only through the nonviolent resistance that they would show their determination on pursuing the path to gain their independence from the British rule. Indians whom led by this leader to a nonviolent civil disobedience from the British rule were the main motivation for the match. On the same time, the event led to the unity of different people and brought a new way of expressing ones thoughts and feelings towards particular NONVIOLENT SPEECH 3 issues. Mahatma presented unity of the Hindus and Muslims. Most significantly, they march and fought nonviolently for the independence of the Indians as shown in his famous nonviolent speech. At the time, India was suffering from a strong and discriminative British colonial rule and the people of India had to be subordinate to the British rule in their own state. The people led by Gandhi to a nonviolence match were suffering much on different issues. For instance, the proprietors exploited the indigo workers and they did a lot of work only for the property owners to go without paying them anything. The leader controlled the crowds of lower men and women to march against the rule, document their grievances, and win the freedom through the civil disobedience. Mostly, the unifying value by the in-group was to get the freedom that they eagerly awaited from the British colonial rule. The people were also not happy with how they were discriminated by the British rule and were not happy with the treatment of their leaders. They came by the fact that they were able to rally behind their leaders and would believe what they wanted them to do. For instance, even after jailing of Mahatma Gandhi, people never stopped the struggle since there were assistants who collaborated in the leadership to ensure that they would lead the people to winning the struggle. The people was united also by the need to become economically stable, the indigo and textile workers had been oppressed for long and therefore never got the amount they would require as wages (Dalton, 2012). These pushed them to join forces and rally behind Gandhi in his call for accepting the system of arbitration to resolve the ensuing conflict. The people readily accepted this idea by Gandhi, giving the reason why they would march for their freedom in a peaceful manner. The Indians united in particular because they wanted to acquire civil liberties. These led them to a call of the general strike on all economic activities in the country. NONVIOLENT SPEECH The Indians were in particular fighting against the British discrimination. The British rulers, proprietors and chiefs were great oppressors of the Indian rallied behind Mahatma Gandhi. These British rulers would not let the people enjoy their freedom despite using them as their own resources for the economic activities. The British rulers and landowners had a stereotype that the Indian were only tools of works and would therefore not enjoy the freedom, as they needed. This event changed the life of many people and has been replicated across the world, with the civil society, the religious leaders among others engaging in event similar to the nonviolent match that has been historically embraced by people across the world. 4 5 NONVIOLENT SPEECH Work Cited Dalton, D. (2012). Mahatma Gandhi: Nonviolent power in action. New York: Columbia University Press. Mattaini, M. A. (2013). Strategic nonviolent power: The science of satyagraha. Edmonton: AU Press.

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