Social Studies - - Gandhi

So, I'm supposed to describe the Salt March, and the Salt Works. I know that one is when Gandhi led a march to the ocean, to protest tax on salt, by evaporating salt water and making their own. The other was when Gandhi's followers lined up and allowed themselves to be beaten to open something back up, and also to show how brutal and cruel the British were being. But...Which is which?

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  1. I've answered my own question, and I realize how ridiculous my question was. Of course, the Salt /MARCH/ was the march to the ocean...Thanks anyways. <3

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  2. Don't worry about it. We all have brain seizures once in a while. The idea is to recover quickly.

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