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Entries in Mahatma Gandhi (4)

Monday
Jan162017

King and Gandhi

Dr. King's collection of Gandhi's work (Image courtesy of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University)Martin Luther King, Jr. argued that Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of non-violent resistance was ‘‘the only morally and practically sound method open to oppressed people in their struggle for freedom.’’

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Monday
Jan192015

On MLK Day: Thoughts about courage and compliance

Image by Luicille Clerc (https://www.facebook.com/lucilleclercgraphicdesign)Webster defines courage as the mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty. Thomas Jefferson said one man with courage is a majority. Martin Luther King proved Jefferson right. So did Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Abraham Lincoln.

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Monday
Dec092013

‘He was, in a word, incorruptible’

From Mandela's Virtue by Travis Kavulla on National Review Online:

Some political heroes go out in a flame of glory. Lincoln. Gandhi. Nelson Mandela grew old, and outlived by more than a decade his momentous achievements. In the last decade, he already had migrated from flesh-and-blood political hero to revered icon of history.

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Tuesday
Nov272012

Wal-Mart in India is déjà vu for the FCPA 

The expansion of the Wal-Mart investigation into India proves that history is indeed circular. These developments seem to be the early 1970s all over again, and that can't be good for Wal-Mart.

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