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Decentralization of political and economical power, a skeptical approach towards technology and large scale industrialization with an emphasis on self-employment and self-reliance are key features of Gandhian Socialism.
It is often forgotten that Gandhi was not looking for any theories but was searching for a truthful path, one that helped people live together with love and tolerance. Hind Swaraj is not a theory but an idea, an ideal. It is useful for those who want solutions for their lives, not for those looking to impose their ideas on other people.
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