Compare Mahatma Gandhi And Malala Yousafzai

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Mahatma Gandhi and Malala Yousafzai - Two People Changing The Human Population and The Way We Live

Today human beings are taking freedom and peace for granted. We are experiencing it every day and does not think of how or why we are surrounded by peace. We are born in a society unknown to war and such, and does therefore have trouble understanding what peace is. The last world war ended in 1945, and the world has not seen or experienced much violence and malice since. This makes the human population far too less grateful for our freedom, and unknown to heroes such as Mahatma Gandhi and Malala Yousafzai. They have always been described as front figures and people making a difference. Since the start of their lives, they have fought for something they have believed in. Malala Yousafzai and Mahatma Gandhi have mainly fought in India, but inspired people around the world. How would our worlds society be without these two, idols of our time?

India were under British rule in 89 years. The Indians were treated like animals, had to pay extremely high taxes and lost in some cases, everything they owned. Mahatma Gandhi is known for his non-violence campaign to release India from the
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Women and children around the world are now fighting for an education, and people are now willing to fight for a more equal society. These are great examples of how one person can inspire people from all over the world not pleased with their situation of life. Now societies around the world are more aware of equal rights to every human being, and ethnicity and religion has become less and less important. And thanks to Mahatma Gandhi India and Pakistan are completely independent from the British empire. The world is moving in the right direction, evolving and adapting - thanks to front figures such as Mahatma Gandhi and Malala

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