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Gandhi: the heritage of non-violence

'Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever walked upon the earth.' - Albert Einstein, on Mahatma Gandhi
 
In this issue entirely dedicated to Gandhi, discover articles on by Raja Rao, Olivier Lacombe, René Habachi, Humayun Kabir, Karl Jaspers and Malcolm S. Adiseshiah, and a portrait of Martín Luther King, who was deeply inspired by the example of Gandhi.
 
"Like Mahatma Gandhi in India, Martin Luther King in the United States chose the way of non-violence in his struggle against injustice. He too urged his followers to eschew violence at all cost under the slogan "We shall overcome". Like Gandhi, he accepted the dangers of non-violent resistance in his struggle for racial equality. Twenty years after Gandhi, on April 4, 1968, he too was cut down by an assassin's bullet."
October 1969