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Unformatted text preview: It is truly a universal idea. The changes that led to the American Revolution, the Indian revolution, and any other liberation of a country had to start with a small amount of people- maybe even one person. They were then able to incite so much activity and change that it caused a cataclysmic event leading to a change in the entire world. Gandhi knew that the majority of Indians needed to change, needed to become self sufficient to throw off the British rule. He used the exact same tactics as America’s founding fathers did. Although this may seem small in comparison to the freedom of India, next time the presidential elections roll around, I will try and get everyone I know to vote. I have personally always voted, but now I feel that if I can incite change in others, then I am truly changing the world....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course IHUM 53 taught by Professor Nightingale,white during the Winter '08 term at Stanford.
- Winter '08