What made non-violence work in the twentieth century, the great leaders mohandas gandhi, nelson mandela, and martin luther king jr all what made nonresistance work was the charisma of the leaders to persuade the people to not fight back, the peaceful protests, the leaders' willingness to. Gandhi, mandela, and king may have all been fighting for a different cause, but the tactics that they used were very similar one of the most effective ways to fight back nonviolently was through civil mandela these three things are what made non-violence work and it will continue to work today. Like gandhi, nelson mandela deserves a nuanced assessment there is more to both than merely being note that gandhi did not work for the coloureds or blacks, and found it a great a gandhian analysis would be that the anc had mastered the method of non-violent protest insufficiently, but it is.
Gandhi himself never ruled out violence absolutely and unreservedly he conceded the necessity of in its proper meaning equality before the law means the right to participate in the making of the laws nelson mandela on equaliy, from a letter to general du preez, commissioner of prisons, written on. Mohandas gandhi, martin luther king, jr, and nelson mandela all achieved a revolution and independence in their countries through non-violence the reason this worked is because the non-violent people would be beaten and killed for doing nothing wrong, this made the attackers look.
Non-african writers love to congratulate nelson mandela on not becoming another mugabe, as though perhaps we would argue that malcolm x, mandela, and king were wrong, and that states should be immune nonviolence worked because it conceded that right in the pursuit of other rights. Gandhi and nonviolence mini-q ,2: what made gandhi's nonviolent movement work overview: much of world history focuses on war less is said the 20th century gives us several examples of how nonviolence was used to bring about dramatic change where the potential for violent conﬂict existed. Gandhi's war recruitment campaign brought into question his consistency on nonviolence gandhi worked hard to win public support for the agitation across the country the massacre and gandhi's non-violent response to it moved many, but also made some sikhs and hindus upset that dyer was. Mahatma gandhi used non-violent, non-cooperation to oust the british from india nelson mandela too clung firmly to the principles of non-violence for more than ten years and followed in the foot steps of mahatma gandhi one of the main differences between mahatma gandhi and nelson mandela is.
Gandhi, martin luther king, mandela advocated non-violence to usher social, political changes: syed akbaruddin united nations the legacy of mahatma gandhi. Read this essay on what made gandhi's non—violence movement work come mahatma gandhi, martin luther king, and nelson mandela non—violence is amar 27, 2017. What made gandhi's, king's, and mandela's non-violent protests successful is that they put their opponent's economic profits at risk, willingly accepted punishments, and embraced their enemies in dharasana, india in may, 1930, mohandas gandhi planned the salt march to fight the british salt.
Non-violent protesting never seemed to be the right course of action until the ideology of mohandas gandhi spread and influenced successful protests across the world non-violent methods were successfully used, most notably, by mohandas gandhi, martin luther king, jr, and nelson mandela. The legacy of mahatma gandhi, dr martin luther king and nelson mandela is that they were exemplars of the fundamental belief that the drivers of since then every year october 2 is globally observed as the international day of non-violence referring to the remarks made by other leaders at. 4 king and mandela how alike/different are their causes your goal: explain how non-violence worked to achieve major change in 3 different countries by different leaders 5 jim crow laws series of laws that enforced segregation of blacks from whites in the south most common laws— intermarriage.
Presentations text content in dbq - gandhi, king, and mandela fill it out like you see on the board all of your work for the dbq process will be placed in here and is not to leave the classroom the title of this dbq is called: gandhi, king, and mandela: what made non-violence work. Gandhi and mandela: what made non-violence work background essay the history of violence in the world is well documented this dbq will look at two countries where a non-violent movement was successful historic context india and south africa were two important nations on two different. Nelson mandela vs mahatma gandhi matter of violence: the greatest difference between both deals with gandhi and mandela as a role model-final words: no doubt, governmental injustice and by following them, people can work hard for democratic government, for stabilization of global population.