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2006-10-09 12:27:30 補充：
In India, a large-scale civil disobedience campaign orchestrated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1920 following the Amritsar Massacre in April 1919.
2006-10-09 12:27:51 補充：
Based on a policy of peaceful non-cooperation, the strategy was to bring the British administrative machine to a halt by the total withdrawal of Indian support.
2006-10-09 12:28:17 補充：
British-made goods were boycotted, as were schools, courts of law, and elective offices.
2006-10-09 12:28:36 補充：
The campaign made little impression on the British government, since they could ignore it when it was peaceful; when it became violent, Gandhi felt obliged to call off further demonstrations. Its most successful aspect was that it increased political awareness among the Indian people.
2006-10-09 12:28:53 補充：