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Gandhi's Salt March: A Case Study of Satyagraha with Rhetorical Implications.

Title:Gandhi's Salt March: A Case Study of Satyagraha with Rhetorical Implications.
Authors:Chaudhary, Anju Grover and Starosta, William J.
Publication:World Communication
Enumeration:Vol. 21 Issue 1, p1, 12pages/ July 1992
Abstract:Contemplates an intercultural example of Satyagraha, known as the philosophy of truth-force, which was exemplified by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's salt march at the seacost of Dandi in India. Analysis of Gandhi's ideal criteria for Satyagraha and his differentiation from the concept of western civil disobedience; Discussions on the Gandhian philosophy of Satyagraha from different interpreters; Components associated with the analysis of the Satyagraha campaign.

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