of India from under Great Britain’s reign. Gandhi urged his people not to fight back, that having a peaceful protest is stronger than violence. He prepared to accept the struggle and punishment to establish unity for Indians and his country. This essay will examine Gandhi in his servant and value base leadership roles, and how his vision for a free India and beliefs of non-violence was more successful than the British repression.
his eyes to the world around him and exposed him to the complexity of man's social involvement and the glaring reality of collectives' evil." But the question that arises is what made Martin Luther King the man that he was, and was he a hero?! This essay will discuss these two questions. Martin Luther king gained his family support since he was a child. King was in his childhood often crying when he could not explain why his white relatives were renouncing him and why the mothers were preventing
“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see,” once stated Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau was not famously recognized while he was living; however, as his work matured, he was noticed more and more as a prominent writer and is now cherished by millions of readers. Thoreau's work reflected his rugged individualism and a life lived close to nature; Thoreau protested America's move from an agrarian society to the Industrial Revolution. He deeply influenced the transcendental movement and