A series that examines the lives of people who have had a major impact on the history or current practice of religion. This volume follows the life of Mohandas Gandhi, leader of the Indian struggle for independance.
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March to the Sea
Growing up in India
Leaving Home for College
Living in South Africa
Returning to India
Moving Toward Swaraj
Independence at Last
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