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Can you correctly attribute the below quotes to either Mohandas Gandhi or Indira Gandhi?

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Quotation(M)ohandas or (I)ndira?

“You cannot shake hands
with a clenched fist.”

“Poverty is the worst
form of violence.”
“There are moments in history when
brooding tragedy and its dark
shadows can be lightened by recalling
great moments of the past.”
“You may never know
what results come of your action,
but if you do nothing
there will be no result.”

“Anger and intolerance are the
enemies of correct understanding.”

“A man is but the product of his thoughts.
What he thinks, he becomes.”
“To be liberated, woman must
feel free to be herself, not in rivalry
to man but in the context of her
own capacity and her personality.”

“Martyrdom does not end
something, it is only a beginning.”

“Even if you are a minority of one,
the truth is the truth.”
“We should not mourn for men of
high ideals. Rather we should
rejoice that we had the privilege of
having had them with us.”
Quotation(M)ohandas or (I)ndira?

“Truth alone will endure, all the rest will
be swept away before the tide of time.”

“You must learn to be still in the midst of
activity and vibrantly alive in repose.”

“Victory attained by violence is tantamount
to a defeat, for it is momentary.”

“A nation's culture resides in the hearts
and in the soul of its people.”
“I don't mind if my life goes
in the service of the nation. If I
die today every drop of my blood
will invigorate the nation.”

“The meek may one day inherit
the earth, but not the headlines.”
“A nation's strength ultimately
consists in what it can do
on its own and not in what
it can borrow from others.”

“Honest disagreement is
often a good sign of progress.”
“In judging myself I shall
try to be as harsh as
truth, as I want others
also to be.”

“The power to question is the basis
of all human progress.”

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