One man by the name of gandhi used doubt and civil

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beliefs led to change. One man, by the name of Gandhi, used doubt and civil disobedience to make a change. Gandhi was very tolerant; Tolerant of religion, people and other various aspects. Gandhi came from the doubt that violence would make a difference. Doubt, attracted others who believed violent actions would only worsen the issue at hand. The new certainty that violence would not solve any problem, led Gandhi and his followers to complete a peaceful march to the sea, in protest of a monopoly on salt by the British. With acts such as this march, and others to follow, this civil disobedience was certain to be the answer to the struggles of apartheid. Similarly, doubt is the base in which certainty stems, evident in the Haitian revolution. Natives and imported slaves were doubtful of how they were being treated, how they were living and now their future was to play out. This doubt ignited a following throughout Haiti. Certainly was not evident within these people in the beginning, but stemming from the Haitian doubt, it slowly came: their certainty that all people should not have to incur the actions of slavery. The
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