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(1) And it is he who is credited with introducing King to the writings of Gandhi and the concept of non-violent resistance.
(2) In 1942, the Congress Party demanded immediate independence, and threatened massive though non-violent resistance.
(3) Beaten by the police, he insisted on nonviolent resistance.
(4) King had begun a long campaign of nonviolent resistance to rectify these wrongs.
(5) His "nonviolent resistance" program reached a high point on August 28, 1963.
(6) These color revolutions have mostly used nonviolent resistance to attack what are seen as corrupt or authoritarian governments. Here are some notable examples.
(7) Beaten by the police and sent to jail, Gandi created the principle of nonviolent resistance.
(8) His activist parents, an interracial couple who married in 1944, trained their children in nonviolent resistance and brought them to demonstrations against segregation in Chicago's parks. Sentencedict.com
(9) Plays the violence computer game's young people compared to play the nonviolent resistance computer game's young people to display the more aggressive behaviors.
(10) Beaten by the police, sent to jail, Gandhi inverted the principle of nonviolent resistance.
(11) In front of half a million people, she made her first public address, mixing Buddhist values with Gandhian principles of nonviolent resistance.
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