Non-violent Resistance - Section Eleventh: Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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Section Eleventh: Conclusion Summary and Analysis

The final section discusses Gandhi's faith in non-violence. It is given in a talk on a ship in the Suez on the way to London for a round table conference. Gandhi argues that his method can be defended by looking to its successes. He argues that the law of love will work in any event. In another talk, he answers questions from an American about the future of his movement; he is unsure but he wishes to secure independence for India. Gandhi believes that States can be administered on non-violent bases if the vast majority of people are non-violent. He understands that non-violence is a difficult creed but Gandhi thinks that the people can be converted by reaching out to friendly critics.

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