Gandhi wants them to ask for forgiveness from the

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Gandhi wants them to ask for forgiveness from the Indians. Also, that if they do anything to India then it would mean that they are being disloyal to them. Short essay questions: Answer questions 6 and 7 in paragraphs of at least eight to 10 complete sentences, with supporting evidence from the text. Each response is worth 25 points. 1. Explain how Gandhi’s non-cooperation concept is supported by the diction of his open letter to the Englishmen in India. When Gandhi starts the letter everyone is very surprised because he has a really high vocabulary being Indian and all in that time period. Then, when he starts to talk about the non cooperation he starts to sound very strict and powerful. Gandhi used his position and authority to prove to everyone that he can talk about the subject. He then later on goes on to talk about all the incidents where his life was put in danger. After talking about all he’s done for the country he says that he thinks that the Englishmen should do the same. He doesn’t want anymore destruction in India. 2. Explain how Gandhi’s non-cooperation concept is supported by the format and examples of his open letter to the Englishmen in India.
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Gandhi starts his letter kindly, but also wants to get right down to business. He doesn’t want to sound rude or cocky so he makes it a point that he’s not trying to sound threatening. Then Gandhi goes on to talk about the Englishmen. He wants them to feel for all that they’ve been doing to India. However, he tries to make an effort to put in some positive things in the letter as well. He made it a mission to get it across without putting his opinions on the others.
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