An Interview with Gandhi
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Gandhi : A Job Interview
Hello, welcome. So, tell me about yourself.
My name is Mohandas Gandhi and I was born on October 2nd, 1869.
So, what makes you think you can handle working here, because we only want the best of the best.
Well I led the people of India to freedom from British Imperial rule through nonviolent civil disobedience and advocated for religious pluralism as well as social equality.
So what makes you passionate?
I strive for gender, religious, and social equality.
How would you benefit our family here at the office?
I would spread my values of acceptance and religious freedom.
Alright lastly, do you consider yourself a leader?
Yes, I assumed leadership of the Indian National Congress in 1921 and led multiple campaigns to help those in poverty, expanding women's rights, and ending the social division of the caste system.
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