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Gandhi y Martin Luther King tenian muchos parecidos. Los dos trabajaron duramente para cambiar sus pases para el mejor.

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Gandhi y Martin Luther King tenian muchos parecidos. Los dos trabajaron duramente para cambiar sus pa�ses para el mejor. Gandhi luch� para la libertad de la orden inglesa en India. Martin Luther King luch� para los derechos civiles de Americanos negros en los estados unidos. Los dos l�deres quisieron la paz y la libertad para su gente y su pa�s. Ellos eran l�deres magn�ficos que lucharon con la verdad y su religi�n. Los dos decidieron usar un estrategia sin la violencia Gandhi era un l�der magn�fico. El trabaj� el dia y la noche para la libertad de su pa�s. Gandhi comenz� muchos movimientos a forzar a los ingleses dar India su independencia. ...read more.

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El luch� para la reforma social y protest� la discriminaci�n contra americanos negros. Martin Luther King admir� Gandhi y lleg� a ser familiarizado con su filosof�a de la protesta social sin violencia. Martin Luther King dijo "Dios nos dio el m�todo y Gandhi nos mostraron podr�amos trabajar." Gandhi muri� cu�ndo Martin Luther King tuvo s�lamente dieciocho a�os tan ellos no reunieron nunca pero Martin Luther King fue a India a aprender m�s de Gandhi. Mientras en India, Martin Luther King reunieron con algunos de seguidores de Gandhi. Martin Luther King dirigi� el movimiento de derechos civil de un mil novecientos cinquenta y siete a un mil novecientos sesenta y ocho. ...read more.

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Ellos eran l�deres magn�ficos que lucharon con la verdad y su religi�n. Gandhi y Martin Luther King eran la metas l�deres orientados. Gandhi quiso la independencia para India. Martin Luther King quiso los derechos iguales para americanos negros. En lugar de separar la religi�n y poitics, ellos mezclaron los dos. Los dos decidieron usar un estrategia sin la violencia. Esto era la mejor soluci�n. Gandhi dijo una vez "Un ojo para un ojo s�lo hace el mundo entero ciega." Aunque ellos lucharon sin violencia, ellos sufrieron mucho abuso. Ellos acabaron por agonizante para sus creencias y sus pa�ses - Gandhi en un mil novecientos cuarenta y ocho y Martin Luther King en un mil sesenta y ocho. Los dos Gandhi y Martin Luther King son considerados sumamente a este d�a. Sus luchas para hacer la vida mejor para su gente que nosotros nunca nos olvidaremos. ...read more.

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