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He admits the accusations against him because they are true and admitting it would set an model to his followers as well as strengthen the fight he was waging.

"Defending Nonviolent Resistance," was the speech declaimed by Gandhi when he went to trial in the British colonial court in India.

According to this speech, we can see that:

  • Gandhi was accused of insubordination, for speaking out against the British government.
  • He was fighting for the independence of India.
  • Despite doing this peacefully, Gandhi encouraged various groups against British rule throughout India.
  • So he was seen as a rebel and accused of insubordination.
  • During the trial, Gandhi admitted the charge.
  • He stated that he was responsible for stimulating groups against British rule and that he spoke in favor of Indian independence.

Gandhi did this as an act of courage, showing that his insubordination, although seen as a crime, was something he did consciously, as his greatest desire was for India to be an independent country.

This strengthened Gandhi's struggle turned him into a martyr and made him be seen as someone very courageous and faithful to his convictions.

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Jerrod Hermiston II
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Answer:

He agrees with them. He was a non-violent man and also a very honest man.

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Shemar Bednar
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