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Rule of Law

Constitutionalism

Equal Rights

Gender Equality 

Racial Equality

Sustainability

Natural Law

Freedom of Speech

Classical Liberalism

Individualism

Freedom of Religion

Education

Environmentalism

Non-aggression principle

Anti-war 

 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 June 2010 21:13  

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Gandhi was an anti statist in the sense that his vision of India meant India without an underlying government.[102] His idea was that true self rule in a country means that every person rules himself and that there is no state which enforces laws upon the people.[103][104] On occasions he described himself as a philosophical anarchist.[105] A free India for him meant existence of thousands of self sufficient small communities (an idea possibly from Tolstoy) who rule themselves without hindering others. It did not mean merely transferring a British established administrative structure into Indian hands which he said was just making Hindustan into Englistan.[106] He wanted to dissolve the Congress Party after independence and establish a system of direct democracy in India,[107] having no faith in the British styled parliamentary system.[106]

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