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Mahatma Gandhi. his Life Writings and Speeches

1917

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Gandhi the patient sufferer for the cause of righteousness and mercy a truer representative of the Crucified Saviour than the men who have thrown him into prison and yet call themselves by the name of Christ."—Lord Rixhop of Mad ries "THE CAMBRIDGE PRESS MADRASPUBLISHERS' NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION The publishers are grateful to the public for the hearty reception accorded to their first edition [...] The solution of the problem from the point of view of the South African colonist was very simple—to prohibit all immigration in the future and to make the position of those that already had come so intolerable as to drive them to repatriate themselves. [...] The Attorney-General of Natal addressed the infuriate gathering and promised them that the matter would receive the early attention of Parliament commanding them at 22A Sketch of His Life and Career the same time in the name of the Queen to diperse. [...] Gandhi was under the impression that since the wrongs of the British Indian subjects of the Queen were one of the declared causes of the war under the new Government those wrongs would be a thing of the past. [...] The founding of the Phoenix Ashrama and the nursing of the Zulus with all their meaning in terms of the higher life were a fitting prelude to what was about to follow.

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Frontmatter i-x unknown

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Foreword i-iv Sarojini Naidu

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1-90 unknown

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Gandhi’s Sense of Duty 91-91 unknown

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Gandhi’s Confession of Faith 92-98 unknown

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Gandhi’s Plea for the Soul 99-103 unknown

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The Duties of British Citizenship 104-106 unknown

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The Theory and Practice of Passive Resistance 107-111 unknown

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Speech at the Johannesburg Banquet 112-126 unknown

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Indians and their Employers 127-134 unknown

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Reply to Madras Public Reception 135-140 unknown

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Madras Law Dinner 141-142 unknown

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Advice to Students 143-149 unknown

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Brahmins and Panchamas 150-155 unknown

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Reply to Nellore Conference 156-157 unknown

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Reply to Bangalore Public 158-160 unknown

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Mr. Gandhi on Mr. Gokhale 161-164 unknown

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India’s Poverty 165-168 unknown

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Benares Incident 169-175 unknown

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Indentured Labour 176-182 unknown

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The Need of India 183-195 unknown

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Social Service 196-203 unknown

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Swadeshi 204-217 unknown

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Economic Vs. Moral Progress 218-231 unknown

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Education Ancient and Modern 232-236 unknown

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The Moral Basis of Co-Operation 237-248 unknown

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Indian Colonial Emigration 249-255 unknown

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Indian Railways 256-264 unknown

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Gujarat Educational Conference 265-273 unknown

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Advice to the Merchants 274-276 unknown

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Vernaculars as a Media of Instruction 277-280 unknown

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Income and Expenditure Account 281-282 unknown

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History of Passive Resistance in South Africa 283-284 unknown

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Future Work 285-286 unknown

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Ahimsa 287-292 unknown

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Civic Freedom 293-294 unknown

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Women and Passive Resistance 295-296 unknown

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Definition of Home Rule 297-298 unknown

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Reply to Mr. Irwin 299-305 unknown

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A Humanitarian Meeting 306-307 unknown

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All-India Social Service Conference 308-322 unknown

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Kaira Distress 323-327 unknown

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Gandhi’s Fast 328-335 unknown

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The Kaira Distress 336-345 unknown

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The Kaira Ryots and the Commissioner 346-351 unknown

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Fight to Maintain Truth 352-354 unknown

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India and Home Rule 355-361 unknown

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Guzerat Political Conference 362-399 unknown

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Reform Scheme 400-406 unknown

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Satyagraha 407-411 unknown

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Appendix Indigo Labour in Behar 412-422 unknown

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Index 423-436 unknown

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Backmatter i-ii unknown

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SARF Document ID
sarf.142379

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