2There are two types of revolution: Violent & Non-violent RevolutionsThere are two types of revolution:Violent & Non-violent
3Violent Revolt Examples of Violent Revolt: American Revolution French RevolutionRussian RevolutionChinese Communist RevolutionThe OppressorsThe OppressorsPressureThe OppressedPressurePhysical Violence
4World Opinion & Prestige Non-Violent revoltWorld Opinion & PrestigeExamples of Non-Violent Revolt:Indian RevolutionAmerican Civil Rights MovementModern American Labor MovementPressureThe OppressorsPressureThe OppressedCivil Disobedience
5HOW DID EACH OF THE FOLLOWING CONTRIBUTE TO NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE FOR INDIA?
61. Formation of Congress Party & Muslim League مسلم لیگEnd Foreign ruleNational Independence
72. World War OneIncreased interest in self gov’tExpectations of Reform by Britain
83. Rowlatt ActsIndividual rights violatedViolent protest
9Nearly 400 killed; 1200+ wounded 4. Massacre at AmritsarNearly 400 killed; woundedLoyal British subjects become nationalistDyer reported to his superiors that he had been "confronted by a revolutionary army," and had been obliged "to teach a moral lesson to the Punjab."
105. Campaign of Civil Disobedience Weakened British Authorityમોહનદાસ કરમચંદ ગાંધી
116. Salt MarchPeaceful Demonstration against the “Salt Tax”Gained worldwide Support for the Movement