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Title:Gandhi and Nkrumah: A Study of Non-Violence and Non-Co-Operation Campaigns in India and Ghana as an Anti-Colonial Strategy
Author:Addo-Fening, Robert
Year:1972
Periodical:Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana
Volume:13
Issue:1
Period:June
Pages:65-85
Language:English
Geographic term:Ghana
Subjects:passive resistance
national liberation movements
nationalism
History and Exploration
colonialism
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
Politics and Government
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/41405805
Abstract:After explaining the meaning of the Gandhian concept of satyagraha (non-violence, non-co-operation) as well as the circumstances in which it originated, this paper 1) assesses the impact of the technique of nonviolent non-co-operation on the nationalist struggle in India and Ghana, and 2) shows how the tactics of Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Kwame Nkrumah affected the progress of the nationalist struggle in respectively India and Ghana. Notes.
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