A Force More Powerful

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Part One
Part One begins in 1907 with a young Mohandas Gandhi as he rouses his fellow Indians living in South Africa in a struggle against racial oppression, and continues with Gandhi's…
Part Two
Part Two recounts how Danish citizens resist the Nazi Occupation, striking Polish ship workers band together in Solidarity to fight communism head-on in 1980, and millions of Chilean citizens overcome…

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