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Answer the following questions regarding Gandhi, King and Mandela: What Made Non-Violence Work? Any suspicion of plagiarism will result in a non-submission of assignment. Failure to complete assignment by the start of the fall semester or suspicion of plagiarism will result in a 5% loss of class average for the first semester grade.

Read the background essay to gain more knowledge about these men. Answers should be typed. Plagiarized responses will receive no credit.

Document D Questions:

1. What non-violent tactic is being threatened by Gandhi to protest the salt tax?

2. What is civil disobedience?

3. Provide an example of civil disobedience.

4. Inference: Why did Gandhi write the letter to Lord Irwin, telling him in advance what he intended to do?

5. What are the risks of civil disobedience to society?

Document E Questions:

1. What is a lunch counter sit-in?

2. Is a lunch counter sit-in an example of civil disobedience? Why?

3. Explain the difference between a strike and a boycott?

4. How does King justify breaking the law at his trial?

Examine the Picture

5. What can you tell me about the sit-in and the times from Blackwell’s photo? Explain. a. b. c.

Document F Questions:

1. Does the document provide evidence that Mandela supported civil disobedience? Explain.

2. Did Mandela believe that acts of civil disobedience must be non-violent?

3. Under what circumstances might have Mandela supported violence? 4. Think: What does Mandela mean when he says that non-violence is a practical option rather than a moral necessity?

Document G, H, I

1. Identify the idea that is common to all three documents?

2. Would you have been able to maintain total discipline at Dharsana? Explain.

Documents J, K, L

1. What non-violent tactic do all three men have in common?

2. How does a

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