what is the difference between non cooperation movement and civil disobedience movement?
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Asked by kirti98sharma | 12th Nov, 2014, 04:56: PM

Expert Answer:

Non Cooperation Movement

Civil Disobedience Movement

It was launched in 1920s.

It was launched in 1930s.

It was considered as a passive movement.

It was considered as an active movement.

In this movement, Gandhiji aimed to bring government to a standstill by withdrawing every support of the British government.

In this movement, Gandhiji aimed at paralysing the government by undertaking acts which the British considered as illegal.

Large number of people participated in the in this movement.

Many people backed out of the movement, due to non-fulfilment of their demands in the previous movement.

There was no tax campaign in this movement.

People refused to pay taxes in this movement.

Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 12th Nov, 2014, 06:23: PM

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