How did the methods used by gandhi compare or contrast with the methods used by stalin?
stalin and gandhi both used nonviolence to enact change.
stalin used nonviolence, while gandhi used violent extremism.
stalin used intimidation and fear, while gandhi used civil disobedience.
stalin and gandhi both encouraged civil disobedience.
The correct answer is - Stalin used intimidation and fear, while Gandhi used civil disobedience.
Stalin and Gandhi had totally different methods of achieving their goals to make changes in their respective countries.
Stalin used intimidation, fear, and elimination of everyone he saw as opponent, critic, or was just not suitable for the society in his eyes. He was a textbook brutal dictator.
Gandhi was encouraging civil disobedience, but without using violence. He was promoting peace and love, and was not interested in bloodshed. Gandhi was a person that used peaceful disobedience to achieve changes in India.
Explanation: Stalin used intimidation and fear, while Gandhi used civil disobedience. Just took the test.
By submitting to punishment, the civil disobedient hopes to set a moral example that will provoke the majority or the government into effecting meaningful political, social, or economic change. Under the imperative of setting a moral example, leaders of civil disobedience insist that the illegal actions be nonviolent.
correct anwser is A. By citing an example of civil disobedience by everyday people, King shows that civil disobedience can be necessary and productive.
The statement that best describes the contributions of Susan B. Anthony is D, she relied on political campaigns to end government corruption. Hope this helps!
the answer is c.) henry david thoreau's refusal to pay poll tax.
The correct answer is “By citing an example of civil disobedience by everyday people, King shows that civil disobedience can be necessary and productive.”
Indeed, The Boston Tea Party protests are a hallmark of American history equally revered and respected by Northern as well as Southern Americans. This is a very daft strategy since he is associating African American peaceful protesters with the rebellious American revolutionary militants. He is also likening Southern white supremacists to the oppressing British soldiers of the metropolitan monarchy of the UK. In that manner, King is demonstrating that the struggle of African Americans is a struggle in favor of freedom, and against the tyranny of segregation and bigotry of Southern white supremacy.
The Revolutions of 1989 formed part of a revolutionary wave in the late 1980s and early 1990s that resulted in the end of communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe and beyond. The period is often also called the Fall of Communism and sometimes called the Fall of Nations or the Autumn of Nations, a play on the term Spring of Nations that is sometimes used to describe the Revolutions of 1848.
The events of the full-blown revolution began in Poland in 1989 and continued in Hungary, East Germany, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia and Romania. One feature common to most of these developments was the extensive use of campaigns of civil resistance, demonstrating popular opposition to the continuation of one-party rule and contributing to the pressure for change. Romania was the only Eastern Bloc country whose citizens overthrew its Communist regime violently. Protests in Tiananmen Square (April–June 1989) failed to stimulate major political changes in China, but influential images of courageous defiance during that protest helped to precipitate events in other parts of the globe. On 4 June 1989, the trade union Solidarity won an overwhelming victory in a partially free election in Poland, leading to the peaceful fall of Communism in that country in the summer of 1989. Also in June 1989, Hungary began dismantling its section of the physical Iron Curtain. The opening of a border gate between Austria and Hungary at the Pan-European Picnic on August 19, 1989 then set in motion a chain reaction, at the end of which there was no longer a GDR and the Eastern Bloc had disintegrated. This led to mass demonstrations in cities such as Leipzig and subsequently to the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, which served as the symbolic gateway to German reunification in 1990.
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A photograph taken in a diner in 1964 shows several African American people sitting at the counter of a diner. At the end of the counter, a white man stands wearing a hat, and a white waitress stands behind the counter.
Which explains why the Black Power leaders would criticize the actions taken by the students in the photograph?
The students were not using civil disobedience principles.
The students were focused on integrating the races.
The students were protesting President Johnson's actions in Vietnam.
The students believed that there should be separate facilities for the races.
The students were focused on integrating the races.
The Black Power leaders would have criticized the students for their attempt at integration.
Black Power was a militant movement that had no interest in integration and reconciliation with the white people of America.
Instead, they proposed racial pride, black self-reliance, and self-defense.
The Black Power movement had Malcolm X as one of its most influential leaders.
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deists, human beings can know god only via reason and the observation of nature, but not by revelation or by supernatural manifestations (such as miracles