Freedom's Battle - Mahatma Gandhi - Mahatma Gandhi

Freedom's Battle - Mahatma Gandhi

By Mahatma Gandhi

  • Release Date: 2012-10-18
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
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    CONTENTS
    I. INTRODUCTION
    II. THE KHILAFAT
    Why I have joined the Khilafat Movement 
    The Turkish Treaty 
    Turkish Peace Terms 
    The Suzerainty over Arabia 
    Further Questions Answered 
    Mr. Candler's Open Letter 
    In process of keeping 
    Appeal to the Viceroy 
    The Premier's reply 
    The Muslim Representation 
    Criticism of the Manifesto 
    The Mahomedan Decision 
    Mr. Andrew's Difficulty 
    The Khilafat Agitation 
    Hijarat and its Meaning
    III. THE PUNJAB WRONGS
    Political Freemasonry 
    The Duty of the Punjabec 
    General Dyer 
    The Punjab Sentences
    IV. SWARAJ
    Swaraj in one year 
    British Rule an evil 
    A movement of purification 
    Why was India lost 
    Swaraj my ideal 
    On the wrong track 
    The Congress Constitution 
    Swaraj in nine months 
    The Attainment of Swaraj
    V. HINDU MOSLEM UNITY
    The Hindus and the Mahomedans 
    Hindu Mahomedan unity 
    Hindu Muslim unity
    VI. TREATMENT OF THE DEPRESSED CLASSES
    Depressed Classes 
    Amelioration of the depressed classes 
    The Sin of Untouchability
    VII. TREATMENT OF INDIANS ABROAD
    Indians abroad 
    Indians overseas 
    Pariahs of the Empire
    VIII. NON-CO-OPERATION
    Non-co-operation 
    Mr. Montagu on the Khilafat Agitation 
    At the call of the country 
    Non-co-operation explained 
    Religious Authority for non-co-operation 
    The inwardness of non-co-operation 
    A missionary on non-co-operation 
    How to work non-co-operation 
    Speech at Madras 
    " Trichinopoly 
    " Calicut 
    " Mangalore 
    " Bexwada 
    The Congress 
    Who is disloyal 
    Crusade against non-co-operation 
    Speech at Muxafarbail 
    Ridicule replacing Repression 
    The Viceregal pronouncement 
    From Ridicule to--? 
    To every Englishman In India 
    One step enough for me 
    The need for humility 
    Some Questions Answered 
    Pledges broken 
    More Objections answered 
    Mr. Pennington's Objections Answered 
    Some doubts 
    Rejoinder 
    Two Englishmen Reply 
    Letter to the Viceroy--Renunciation of Medals 
    Letter to H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught 
    The Greatest thing
    IX. MAHATMA GANDHI'S STATEMENT

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