All Men are Brothers: Autobiographical Reflections

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A&C Black, 1980 - Religion - 184 pages
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Includes selections from Gandhi's writings and speeches which express his thoughts, beliefs, and techniques>
  

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Everyone should read this book and practice the things this great man experienced. I like that he was so humble and told us readers who he studied. I felt, when reading this, that the many things he talked about I do or felt. He put it into words for me and gave me something to strive towards. Read full review

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I have read this many times and always enjoy it! Read full review

Contents

Autobiographical
3
Religion and Truth
51
Means and Ends
74
Ahimsd or the Way of Nonviolence
77
SelfDiscipline
98
International Peace
107
Man and Machine
113
Poverty in the Midst of Plenty
118
Education
138
Women
146
Miscellaneous
153
Glossary
165
Sources
168
A Selected Bibliography
174
Brief Chronology of Events in Gandhis Life
181
Copyright

Democracy and the People
126

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The name of Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948) is one of the most widely recognized in the world. His Autobiography has been translated into all the major languages. In the first half of his life, Gandhi suffered from a debilitating shyness. After practicing law in South Africa and India, in his middle and later years, Gandhi was recurrently in contact with the man who would inspire his assassination. Gandhi's life of peace thus always had a tragic dimension. His assassination occurred on January 30, 1948, virtually in conjunction with the declared independence of India and Pakistan.

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