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What are three important decisions that Mahatma Gandhi made that affected the human rights of other people?

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One of the most important decisions that Gandhi made that affected the human rights of other people was his commitment to nonviolence.  Gandhi represented the belief that violence dehumanizes.  His commitment to nonviolence affected the human rights of other people in how he sought to bring the humanity out in everyone.  Gandhi believed that both aggressor and victim possessed human dignity and felt that violence took this dignity away.  In affirming a nonviolent position, Gandhi's decision enhanced the human...

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