Non-violent Resistance - Section Tenth: Questions and Answers Summary & Analysis

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Section Tenth: Questions and Answers Summary and Analysis

Section Ten consists of interviews with Gandhi. In one interview, Gandhi discusses criticism of civil disobedience that he thinks need answering. He defends unity between religious peoples and does not want to raise a group hostile to the British. In a second interview, Gandhi discusses non-violence in Paris and Geneva. His pacifism is also criticized.

In a third interview, Gandhi covers the basic assumptions of his movement, which are the complete unity of the people in their demand for freedom, the appreciation of the doctrine's implications to the people as a whole and the embracing of Satyagraha, and an implicit belief that if the masses see suffering that the aggressors' hearts will be melted. A fourth interview discusses the importance of belief in God but is asked about atheist Socialists and Communists and...

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