Mao and Gandhi: A Comparison of Two 20th Century Leaders
A document-based teaching unit
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Despite their mutual commitment to social justice and nation-building, Gandhi and Mao offer two contrasting styles of leadership— one nonviolent and the other based on the premise that political power comes from force. This unit will compare and contrast these two major leaders in terms of both the objectives they sought to achieve and the methods they used to carry out their programs.
Lesson 1: Mao's and Gandhi's Attitudes toward Violence as a Means of Effecting Social Change
Lesson 2: Applying Mao’s and Gandhi’s Attitudes toward Violence as a Means of Effecting Social Change
Lesson 3: The Long March and the Salt March
Lesson 4: A Comparison of Mao's and Gandhi's Approaches to Development
Lesson 5: Mao's and Gandhi's views on The Distribution of Wealth and their Attitudes toward the Rich
Lesson 6: Application of Gandhi's and Mao's Approaches to Reform
Lesson 7: Speaking with Images
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