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India in Bondage. Her Right to Freedom

1929

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(4) The fact that India is the own country of the Indian people makes it inevitable that if they ruled the country they would do it primarily in the interest of India primarily for the benefit of India as every country in the world ought to be ruled in the interest of its own people and not that of foreigners ; whereas the British because they are foreign and their interests are foreign in [...] India has created and to-day possesses archtecture equal to the finest produced by Greece — as witness the Pearl Mosque the Kutab Minar and the Royal Palace of Delhi and the Taj Mahal of Agra the JaM Temples at Abu the rock-cut Temples at Ellora the Palace at Deeg in Rajputana the Great Vishnu Temple at Srirangam and the great Pagoda at Tanjore. [...] But this is India from the inside it is the India of the Indian people of the men women and children to whom the country of right belongs who pay the taxes and bear the burdens and support the costly government carried on by foreigners. [...] But the petitioners were thwarted (and at the same time the world was deceived) by the unjust action of Great Britain in not allowing India although ostensibly a member of the League of Nations to send representatives to the Conference held under the auspices of the League ; but foisting on the Conference as scalled representatives of India men appointed not by the Indian people at all but [...] If in the future the spirit of freedom is to make any headway among the nations by far the most important single thing to be done is the creation of a world-wide public opinion which will condemn and drive out of existence the shocking spectacle of the oldest and second largest civilized nation in the world held in sujection by a foreign sword.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-ix Jabez Sunderland

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Foreword i-ix Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter I A Visit to India: What British Rule Means 1-23 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter II America’s Interest in India 24-37 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter III What Eminent Americans Say About Subject India 38-49 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter IV If Other Nations Should be Free Why Not India ? 50-57 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter V. Is Britain Ruling India “For India’s Good”? 58-70 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter VI. British Arrogance and India’s Humiliation 71-91 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter VII “Babu English.” Rudyard Kipling Insults 92-104 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter VIII The Kind Of “Justice” Britain Gives India 105-124 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter IX The Kind of “Peace” Britain has Given India 125-139 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter X. India’s Opium Curse. Who Are Responsible ? 140-154 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XI India’s Drink Curse Who Are Responsible ? 155-166 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XII The Emasculating Influence of Foreign Rule 167-178 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XIII Crushing Out the Genius of a Great and Gifted Nation 179-190 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XIV India and Japan. Why Japan Is in Advance of India 191-205 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XV Democracies and Republics in India 206-211 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XVI Caste in India: Should It Bar Home Rule ? 212-217 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XVII India’s Illiteracy : Should It Bar Self-Rule? 218-232 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XVIII India’s “Many Languages and Races” Should These Bar Home Rule? 233-248 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XIX India’s Grave Social Evils: Should They Bar Home Rule ? 249-264 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XX Hindu and Mohammedan Riots: Should They Bar Self-Rule ? 265-281 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXI. If the British Were Gone Would India “Run With Blood ?” 282-297 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXII The Kind of Military Protection Britain Gives to India 298-305 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXIII Could India Free Protect Herself ? 306-315 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXIV Are the British (Or Any Other Foreigners) Fit to Rule India ? 316-330 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXV British Rule in India Compared with That of the Mogul Emperors 331-335 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXVI Is British Rule in India “Efficient” ? 336-341 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXVII Are the People of India Competent to Rule Themselves ? 342-346 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXVIII Testimonies of Eminent Englishmen as to the Competence of the Indian People to Rule Themselves 347-364 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXIX How Parliament Guards the Interests of India 365-374 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXX The Truth About the Amritsar Massacre 375-396 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXI Why India Rejected “Dyarchy” 397-414 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXII The Great Delusion: Britain’s Claim That She Is #x201C;Educating India for Self-Rule#x201D; 415-429 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXIII The Great Farce: Britain’s Claim That India Is Her “Sacred Trust” 430-440 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXIV How India in Bondage Injures England 441-473 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXV How India in Bondage Menaces the World 474-486 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXVI When Is India to Have Self-Rule ? 487-500 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXVII Why America and Other Nations Should Sympathize with India’s Struggle for Freedom 501-508 Jabez Sunderland

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Chapter XXXVIII Conclusion 509-509 Jabez Sunderland

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Appendix 510-524 Jabez Sunderland

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Books on India Recommended for Further Reading 525-539 Jabez Sunderland

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Index 540-552 Jabez Sunderland

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570
SARF Document ID
sarf.144935

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