Beschreibung des Verlags

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

GENRE
Biografien und Memoiren
ERSCHIENEN
2012
18. Oktober
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
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116
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