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Based on this excerpt, how did Mohandas Gandhi's approach to gaining independence in India differ from the approach taken in French-Indo China?
Based on this excerpt, [ Mohandas Gandhi's approach to gaining independence in India differ from the approach taken in French-Indo China is that Gandhi believed that violence was not an effective means to bring change. ***Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of various non-violent campaigns aimed at British withdrawal from India, including a campaign to boycott British cotton imports in 1920-22,
and movements of non-cooperation and civil disobedience in the 1930s. ]
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