Argumentative Essay On Mohandas Gandh

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Through history, people are shown constant examples of how different governments receive distinctive reactions out of people. Countless instances can be displayed within world powers and even in small nations that seem unconnected to the rest of the world. Many different nations with a strong communist or socialist government constantly receive harsh feedback from their citizens. From these different political theories, people are able to rise up and gain strength in numbers from the population to fight against their governments for their civil rights and liberties. Nations such as South Africa, the United States, China, Russia, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, and Afghanistan are just some examples of locations inhabited with harsh governments where one person rose up and led people to fight for what should have been theirs to begin with. Many of these leaders used Mohandas …show more content…
Just three years after the war ended, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations. It was drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world and sets out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to be universally protected. Since this has been implemented several civil wars and uprising have occurred, killing and displacing people all over the world. To this day, governments around the world continue to imprison and harass people due to their beliefs, race, gender or ethnic origin. Additionally, the thought of nuclear war and a third world war creep in people’s thoughts in modern times, creating an unpleasant atmosphere in countless societies. In theory, the guarantee of human rights since the end of World War II should be better, but there are too many global events that are going on to believe that we live in a world that unequivocally protects people from their beliefs, race, or

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