Summary

It has become a cliche to say that one person can make a difference, but the life of Mahatma Gandhi confronts us with the enduring truth of that statement.
It is impossible to say exactly what moved people to revere and follow him and be imprisoned and beaten on his behalf by the thousands. No doubt his ever-gentle demeanor had a hand in that. His perpetual grace and joy, even in the face of terrible hardship, surely won some hearts and minds. His genuine ability to treat all men - Hindu, Muslim, Parsee, Sikh, Harijan, Christian, and Zulu - as brothers must have won even more.
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4 out of 5 stars
By byron on 27-09-15

pretty good

I wish it had more personal stories. It was clearly a historical overview with dates and names, places, etc. wild have liked direct quotes, or anecdotes.

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5 out of 5 stars
By James Carl Barsz, MD on 14-05-15

A Man Who Walked His Talk.

In the last month, at age 67, I jave bern compelled to study the lofe of Gandhi, and emulate his compassion, nonviolence, and life of principle.

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