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nonviolence
a policy of refusing to resort to violence
passive resistance
the use of nonviolent methods to resist authority
boycott
to protest br refusing to buy a product
civil disobedience
the use of nonviolet moral force to gain concession from authorities
shayk
leader of a bedouin family group
zionist
a person who favors a jewish national homeland
nationalize
to seize foreign property and bring it under government control
kibbutz
a communal farm or settlement in Israel
Good Neighbor Policy
plan in which the U.S. promises to respect the rights of Latin American countries
Long March
retreat of mao to escape chiang's forces
caudillo
a political strongman in Latin America
Indian National congress
most members were muslims
Rowlatt act
gave the government the right to jail protesters without trial for as long as two years
Muslim act
called for separate states for hindus and muslims
Gandhi's four principles
1.live simply, never seeking material rewards 2.be tolerant of the reliogios beliefs of others 3.spend life in the service of others 4.battle injustice in all its forms but never by resorting to violence