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Political and National Life and Affairs (Set Of 3 Volumes)
Political and National Life and Affairs (Set Of 3 Volumes)

Political and National Life and Affairs (Set Of 3 Volumes)

by M K Gandhi

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8172293550 - Year: 2006 - Pages: 757

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Author: M K Gandhi
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): V B Kher
Publisher: Navjivan Publishing House
Year: 2006
Language: English
Pages: 757
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172293550

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Political and National Life and Affairs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Gandhiji had boldly declared that he had been experimenting with himself and his friends by introducing religion into politics. He could not conceive politics as divorced from religion. To him there was no politics without religion as religion is the basis on which all life structure has to be erected if life is to be real. Politics without religion is a death trap which kills the soul. And man without religion is man without roots. Those who say that religion has nothing to do with politics do not know what religion means.

Here religion does not mean sectarianism; it does not also mean sectional or sectarian belief nor does it mean "the religion of the superstitious and the blind, religion that hates and fights". It means a belief "in the ordered moral government of the universe" and universal religion to toleration. This religion transcends Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity and Zoroastrianism. "It does not supersede them. It harmonizes them and gives them reality". It changes one's nature and binds one indissolubly to Truth and ever purifies. Public and political life would be much purer than it is if everything were to be done "in the name of the King of Kings and not for self but for posterity".

Contents

Contents

VOLUME I

INTRODUCTION (By V. B. Kher)

SECTION ONE: POLITICS — NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL

1. IS POLITICS A GAME OF WORLDLY PEOPLE?
2. IS POLITICS NOT FOR A SANNYASIN?
3. SPIRITUALIZING THE POLITICAL LIFE
4. SPIRITUALIZE YOUR POLITICS
5. POLITICS AND RELIGION
6. POLITICS AND PRIESTHOOD
7. POLITICS OF THE MASSES
8. MY POLITICS AND PATRIOTISM
9. PATRIOTISM SAME AS HUMANITY
10. PATRIOTISM SUBORDINATE TO LOYALTY TO GOD
11. UNIVERSAL INTER-DEPENDENCE RATHER THAN INDEPENDENCE
12. MY IDEA OF NATIONALISM
13. WHEN IS NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE NO MENACE?
14. MY NATIONALISM
15. NATIONALISM v. INTERNATIONALISM
16. WORLD FEDERATION

SECTION TWO: ORGANIC SWARAJ

17. MY SWARM
18. RAMA RAJYA
19. SELF-GOVERNMENT AND THE STATE
20. SWARAJ AS FRUIT OF DUTY PERFORMED
21. THE FUNCTION OF GOVERNMENT
22. SWARM OF THE MASSES
23. MEANING OF SELF-GOVERNMENT
24. ALPHA AND OMEGA OF ORGANIC SWARAJ
25. REFORMS IN NATIONAL LIFE FOR ATTAINING SWARAJ
26. FREEDOM TO THE FREE
27. INDEPENDENCE NOT AN END IN ITSELF
28. SWARAJ IS EMANCIPATION
29. POWER NOT AN END
30. A DEMOCRATIC STATE
31. THE SQUARE OF SWARM
32. HOW TO BRING HEAVEN UPON EARTH

SECTION THREE: CONSTITUTIONAL SWARAJ

33. IDEAS OF THE CONGRESS ABOUT SWARM IN 1920-21
34. CONSTITUTIONAL SWARM OF MY CONCEPTION
35. INDEPENDENCE v. SWARM
36. CHAOS u. MISRULE
37. THE NEHRU REPORT
38. AFTER LUCKNOW
39. WHAT IS IN A NAME?
40. INDEPENDENCE DAY
41. WHY TURNA' SWARAJ?
42. PURNA SWARAJ
43. MY CONCEPTION OF POLITICAL INDEPENDENCE
44. INDEPENDENCE DOES NOT EXCLUDE VOLUNTARY PARTNERSHIP
45. PAN CHAYATS
46. VILLAGE SWARM
47. IMPLICATIONS OF 'QUIT INDIA'
48. INDEPENDENCE

SECTION FOUR: LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY

49. TO THE ASPIRANTS AFTER MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCILS
50. WHAT SHOULD THE VOTERS DO?
51. PARLIAMENTARY PROGRAMME
52. MY ATTITUDE TO LEGISLATURES
53. RELIGIOUS OATH AND NON-RELIGIOUS
54. ARE THERE DIFFERENT OATHS?
55. MEANING OF CONSTITUTIONAL OATH
56. NOT A PRIZE
57. "SUFFICIENTLY ACQUAINTED"
58. SPEAKERS AND POLITICS
59. TWISTING OR INTERPRETING
60. REMUNERATION TO M.L.A.S
61. CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
62. THE LURE OF LEGISLATURES
63. WHAT ABOUT WOMEN?
64. NEITHER LEGISLATORS NOR LEGISLATURES GUIDES OF PEOPLE
65. CASTE CORROSION
66. SALARY OF M.L.A.S
67. MINISTERIAL SALARIES
68. A TRAGIC PHENOMENON

SECTION FIVE: THE STATE AND THE PEOPLE

69. JAIPRAKASH'S PICTURE
70. A WEAK GOVERNMENT
71. REAL SOCIALISM
72. SOCIALISM
73. FOR SOCIALISM TO BECOME A PERMANENT'WAY OF LIFE
74. CAN THE POLICE OR THE MILITARY BE SUPPLANTED?
75. WHEN CAN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT BE A REALITY?
76. IS INDIA A MILITARY OR PEACE LOVING COUNTRY?
77. DEMOCRACY AND NON-VIOLENCE
78. MY IDEA OF A POLICE FORCE
79. WHAT ABOUT NON-VIOLENCE?
80. CERTAIN QUESTIONS
81. EXCESSIVE PRAISE
82. THE CENTRAL POINT MISSED
83. CONGRESS MINISTERS AND NON-VIOLENCE
84. DO WE HAVE THE NECESSARY SELFLESS WORKERS?
85. THE STATE AND RELIGIOUS NEUTRALITY
86. STATE AND RELIGION
87. RULERS AND RULED
88. MY ATTITUDE TO INDIAN STATES
89. AUNDH REFORMS
90. AUNDH CONSTITUTION
91. THE DOCTRINE OF MERGER
92. HARIJAN AS THE FIRST PRESIDENT
93. AN INDIAN GOVERNOR
94. HIGH PUBLIC OFFICES FOR KISANS
95. REAL INDIA
96. POSTS UNDER SWARM
97. FAVOURITISM AND JUSTICE
98. FIVE HUNDRED RUPEE LIMIT
99. GROSS DISPARITY IN SALARIES
100. TO THE PEOPLE
101. TO THE RULED
102. UNDER RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT
103. WHAT OUGHT TO BE DONE
104. INDIVIDUAL WELFARE IN A WELL-REGULATED STATE
105. IS IT VOLUNTARY?
106. ILLEGAL LEVY?
107. FOREIGN POLICY
108. INDIA'S'GREATEST GLORY
109. A PEEP INTO THE FUTURE
110. SHOULD FOREIGNERS BE WELCOME?

SECTION SIX: CIVIL LIBERTY

111. LIBERTY OF THE PRESS
112. NAVAKAL PROSECUTION
113. A BRILLIANT CAREER
114. CIVIL LIBERTY
115. DR. LOHIA'S CHALLENGE

SECTION SEVEN: PROVINCIAL AUTONOMY

116. CONGRESS MINISTRIES
117. THE FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCE
118. CRITICISM ANSWERED
119. NOT INSTRUMENT OF INSTRUCTIONS
120. MY MEANING OF OFFICE ACCEPTANCE
121. GIVE MINISTERS A CHANCE
122. WIDE OF THE MARK
123. MARTIAL V MORAL
124. C. P MINISTERIAL CRISIS
125. A MINISTER'S WOE
126. THE BIG GULF
127. CONGRESS MINISTERS NOT SAHIB LOG
128. TASK BEFORE MINISTERS
129. WHO SHOULD BE PROVINCIAL GOVERNORS?

INDEX




VOLUME II

SECTION ONE: HEALTHY BODY POLITIC

PART I: IN POWER SERVICE

1. SILENT SERVICE
2. ALL FELLOW-WORKERS
3. POWER THAT ENNOBLES AND POWER THAT CORRUPTS
4. A TRUE CONGRESSMAN
5. NOT FOR SELF
6. STORM SIGNALS
7. A CRITICISM
8. CHOICE BEFORE CONGRESSMEN
9. DO NOT JUDGE
10. NO ROOM FOR POWER POLITICS
11. ARE WE GOING DOWN?
12. CAUSE BEFORE SELF
13. THE REAL DANGER
14. DO NOT ELIMINATE TRUTH AND NON-VIOLENCE
15. GOOD WORK NEVER DIES
16. THE CURE FOR LOVE OF POWER
17. IF THE CONGRESS ENGAGES IN UNGAINLY SKIRMISH FOR POWER
18. HIS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

PART II: TOLERANCE

19. TOLERANCE IN PUBLIC LIFE
20. SOCIAL BOYCOTT V. POLITICAL BOYCOTT
21. SOCIAL BOYCOTT OF OPPONENTS
22. NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN
23. HOW TO DEAL WITH AN ADVERSARY?
24. AGAINST CODE OF HONOUR
25. NO ROOM FOR SECTARIANISM IN MY NAME
26. THE LAW OF MAJORITIES
27. MAJORITY V. MINORITY
28. AM I REFORMIST?
29. DANGER SIGNAL
30. A MUNICIPAL CHAIRMAN'S DUTY

PART III: DISCIPLINE

31. INDISCIPLINE OR INDIFFERENCE?
32. LET IT BE A WARNING
33. EMBANKMENT OF DISCIPLINE
34. THAT UNFORTUNATE WALK-OUT
35. CURIOUS DISCIPLINE
36. HOW NOT TO DO IT
37. A TERRIBLE CONTRAST

PART IV: ELIMINATION OF ROWDYISM AND HOOLIGANISM

38. DIFFICULTIES IN OUR WAY
39. HOOLIGANISM
40. ROWDYISM
41. DISGRACEFUL HAPPENINGS IN BOMBAY
42. HOOLIGANISM IN MADRAS
43. WHAT IS TAMMANY HALL?
44. INTIMIDATION IN PUBLIC LIFE
45. OVERCOMING GOONDAISM IN THE CONGRESS
46. CRIMINAL IF TRUE
47. ROWDYISM IN ELECTIONS
48. WAS LAWLESSNESS TO BE TOLERATED?

PART V: PUBLIC FUNDS

49. HOW TO FINANCE THE MOVEMENT
50. ALL-INDIA TILAK SWARAJ FUND
51. THE TILAK SWARAJ FUND
52. OUR BURDEN
53. TILAK SWARAJ FUND
54. THE ALL-INDIA TILAK MEMORIAL FUND
55. TILAK SWARAJ FUND
56. WHY IS BOMBAY BEAUTIFUL?
57. PUBLIC FUNDS
58. CARPING CRITICISM
59. ON FINANCING ORGANIZATION AT LOCAL LEVEL
60. FRAUD BY CONGRESSMEN
61. WHAT OF PURSES?
62. ON USE OF PUBLIC FUNDS
63. ACCOUNT FOR EVERY PICE
64. IS IT CRIMINAL?
65. DONATION OF TAINTED MONEY
66. PURSES FOR PUBLIC MEN

PART VI: ERADICATION OF CORRUPTION

67. CORRUPTION?
68. CONGRESS CORRUPTION
69. CORRUPTION IN THE CONGRESS
70. DEMON OF CORRUPTION

PART VII: ORGANIZING OF TOURS, DEMONSTRATIONS AND MEETINGS

71. TO THE ORGANIZERS OF BENGAL TOUR
72. ALMODA TOUR
73. PLEA FOR CATHOLICITY
74. ALL ABOUT VOLUNTEERS
75. VOLUNTEERS
76. ON ORGANIZING BIG ORDERLY DEMONSTRATIONS IN HONOUR OF NATIONAL LEADERS
77. DISCIPLINE
78. THAT UNBECOMING DEMONSTRATION
79. THREE NATIONAL CRIES
80. ABOUT PUBLIC MEETINGS
81. A TRAGEDY
82. THE LESSON OF MADURA
83. FOR ORDERLY ORGANIZATION OF MEETINGS
84. THINGS TO REMEMBER
85. HINTS TO THE ORGANIZERS OF MEETINGS
86. A MOVING PLATFORM FOR MEETINGS
87. THE CHEAPEST PLATFORM
88. GARLANDS
89. WREATH OR GARLAND?
90. HOW AN ANNUAL SESSION OF THE CONGRESS SHOULD BE ORGANIZED

PART VIII: MISCELLANEOUS

91. NO BLIND FOLLOWING
92. CAUTION AGAINST PERSONALITY CULT
93. BLIND ADORATION IS VALUELESS
94. HOW TO MEET BASE INNUENDOES
95. DOMESTIC CHAPTER
96. LEADERS MUST LEAD
97. NATIONAL WEAKNESS FOR TESTIMONIAL
98. SELF-RELIANCE IN MATTER OF FOOD STUFFS
99. ONENESS OF COSTUME A CURE?
100. CRAZE FOR BLESSINGS
101. RULES FOR THE SEVAGRAM ASHRAM


SECTION TWO: NATIONAL UNITY AND INTEGRATION
PART I: THE INDIAN PRINCES

1. TO THE PRINCES
2. THE PRINCES' DETERMINATION
3. FOR THE PRINCES
4. DECCAN CHIEFS IN CONFERENCE
5. TOO LATE IN THE DAY

PART II: LINGUISTIC INTEGRATION

6. PROVINCIAL AUTONOMY OR PROVINCIAL JEALOUSY
7. NO NARROW PROVINCIALISM
8. THE BANE OF OUR LIFE-EXCLUSIVE PROVINCIALISM
9. WHEN CAN LINGUISTIC REDISTRIBUTION COME INTO BEING?
10. WARNING AGAINST SEGREGATION OF THE SOUTH FROM THE NORTH
11. THE GOANESE UNDER SWARAJ
12. "THE COOLIE PROBLEM OF ASSAM"

PART III: RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF MINORITIES

13. INTEREST OF MINORITIES
14. PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF MINORITIES
15. MY APPROACH TO MINORITIES
16. THE SACRED TRUST OF PROTECTING MINORITIES
17. UNITY V. JUSTICE
18. PROPOSED COMMUNAL SOLUTION
19. IS CONGRESS A HINDU ORGANIZATION?

PART IV: ANGLO-INDIANS AND OTHER MINORITIES

20. ANGLO-INDIANS
21. ADDRESS TO THE ANGLO-INDIANS
22. THE ANGLO-INDIAN
23. ANGLO-INDIANS
24. LET GOD BE WITNESS OF THE BOND
25. INDIAN CHRISTIANS
26. TO THE PARSIS
27. THE MORAL ISSUE

PART V: HINDU-MUSLIM UNITY

28. HINDU-MAHOMEDAN UNITY
29. HINDU-MUSLIM UNITY
30. HINDU-MUSLIM TENSION-ITS CAUSE AND CURE-I
31. HINDU-MUSLIM TENSION-ITS CAUSE AND CURE-II
(1) The Arya Samajists
(2) The Agakhani Khojas
(3) Partial to Musalmans
(4) Amusalman Outburst
(5) What May Hindus Do?
(6) Dr. Mahmud and Forcible Conversions
(7) Not In Nizam's Dominions
32. MY POSITION
33. AN ENGLISH SUGGESTION
34. HINDU-MUSLIM TANGLE
35. HINDUS AND MUSLIMS NOT TWO NATIONS
36. SELF-DETERMINATION
37. PARTITION AND NON-MUSLIMS
38. COMMUNAL UNITY
39. UNITARY METHOD
40. AN APPEAL TO QUAID-I-AZAM
41. ONLY IF THEY WITHDRAW
42. UNSEEMLY IF TRUE
43. BUTCHERY IN AHMEDABAD
44. HEAL THYSELF
45. HINDU AND MUSALMAN TEA ETC
46. HINDU PANI AND MUSLIM PANI

PART VI: INTER-CASTE UNITY

47. CASTE SYSTEM NO BAR TO NATIONAL UNITY
48. BRAHMINS AND NON-BRAHMINS
49. DEPRESSED CLASSES
50. THE DUTY OF HINDUS TOWARDS UNTOUCHABLES
51. UNTOUCHABILITY MUST GO
52. UNTOUCHABILITY
53. SWARAJ AND THE SUPPRESSED CLASSES
54. IS SWARAJ WORTH HAVING?
55. MISREPRESENTATION
56. WHY I OPPOSE SEPARATE ELECTORATES FOR THE UNTOUCHABLES
57. SOME QUESTIONS REGARDING UNTOUCHABILITY
58. JOINT OR SEPARATE?
59. NATIONAL UNITY THROUGH SERVICE OF UNTOUCHABLES
60. SWARM AND UNTOUCHABILITY

INDEX





VOLUME III

SECTION ONE: CULT OF VIOLENCE

1. CURZON WYLLIE'S ASSASSINATION
2. COLLECTOR'S ASSASSINATION
3. A CATASTROPHE
4. ASSASSINATION OF A DEPUTY COMMISSIONER
5. NO MEETING GROUND
6. PATRIOTISM RUN MAD
7. TO ANOTHER REVOLUTIONARY
8. A REVOLUTIONARY'S DEFENCE
9. MY FRIEND THE REVOLUTIONARY
10. TO 'REVOLUTIONARY IN THE MAKING'
11. AT IT AGAIN
12. BOTH ON PRINCIPLE AND EXPEDIENCY
13. 'A REVOLUTIONARY IN THE MAKING'
14. CURSE OF ASSASSINATION
15. SWORD v. SPIRIT
16. THE BOMB AND THE KNIFE
17. THE CULT OF THE BOMB
18. CONFUSION OF THOUGHT
19. THE CULT OF VIOLENCE
20. 'ONE OF THE MANY'(?)
21. THE TRUTH ABOUT THAT RESOLUTION
22. THE GARLICK MURDER
23. FOUL PLAY
24. ACCUMULATING EVIDENCE
25. THE LONDON ASSASSINATION
26. GURU GOVIND SINGH

SECTION TWO: SOUL-FORCE OR SATYAGRAHA

PART I: SATYAGRAHA AS A FORCE

27. SATYAGRAHA
28. ELEMENTS OF SATYAGRAHA
29. THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SATYAGRAHA
30. MY IDEAS ABOUT SATYAGRAHA
31. SOME RULES OF SATYAGRAHA
32. REQUISITE QUALIFICATIONS
33. SUFFERING -WISE AND UNWISE
34. TIRED OF SATYAGRAHA?
35. OBSTRUCTIONISM NOT SATYAGRAHA
36. TO PROGRESS WE MUST MAKE NEW HISTORY

PART II: NON-VIOLENCE

37. THE LAW OF BRUTE IS DOOMED
38. INFINITE SUPERIORITY OF NON-VIOLENCE OVER VIOLENCE
39. NEW FIELDS FOR NON-VIOLENCE
40. THE BEST FIELD FOR AHIMSA
41. HOW TO CULTIVATE AHIMSA?
42. NON-VIOLENCE NOT ONLY FOR SELECT INDIVIDUALS
43. IS NON-VIOLENCE IMPOSSIBLE?
44. NON-VIOLENCE, MY BELIEF AND PRACTICE FOR OVER FORTY-FIVE YEARS
45. THE IMPLICATION OF NON-VIOLENCE
46. INIQUITOUS END NOT ATTAINABLE THROUGH NON-VIOLENCE
47. NO FAILURE OF THE ETERNAL LAW
48. A CHALLENGE TO FAITH
49. OUT OF HIS DEPTH!
50. HOW TO BECOME A NON-VIOLENT ORGANIZATION?
51. PEACE ORGANIZATION
52. NON-VIOLENT VOLUNTEER CORPS
53. ATOM BOMB AND AHIMSA
54. WHY IS HARMAN REVIVED?
55. HOW TO CANALIZE HATRED
56. THE ANTIDOTE TO VIOLENCE
57. NOT REALLY NON-VIOLENCE

PART III: COWARDICE AND SECRECY-TWO SINS

58. HELPLESSNESS
59. NO ROOM FOR COWARDICE
60. COWARDICE WORSE THAN VIOLENCE-I
61. COWARDICE WORSE THAN VIOLENCE-II
62. NOT READY FOR NON-VIOLENCE?
63. VIOLENCE FAR BETTER THAN COWARDLY SUBMISSION
64. THE SECRET WAYS OF SATAN
65. THE SIN OF SECRECY
66. NO SECRET TO KEEP
67. SECRECY
68. NO SECRECY
69. LET BOLDNESS TRIUMPH OVER TIMID CAUTION

PART IV: INDIVIDUAL AND MASS ACTION

70. WHAT CAN A SOLITARY SATYAGRAHI DO?
71. CAN HE STAND ALONE?
72. THE STRENGTH OF A SATYAGRAHI
73. BELIEF IN GOD INDISPENSABLE FOR A SATYAGRAHI
74. MASS ACTION
75. ACADEMIC v. PRACTICAL

PART V: CONSTRUCTIVE SATYAGRAHA

76. CONSTRUCTIVE SATYAGRAHA AND CLEANSING SATYAGRAHA
77. CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAMME AND NON-VIOLENT STRUGGLE CUM
78. CONSTRUCTIVE v. POLITICAL
79. WHAT IS POLITICAL EDUCATION?
80. THE ONLY WAY
81. THE WAY TO DO IT
82. THE STRUGGLE ALWAYS GOES ON

PART VI: CLEANSING SATYAGRAHA AND ITS BRANCHES

83. CLEANSING SATYAGRAHA AND ITS BRANCHES
84. WHAT ARE BASIC ASSUMPTIONS?

PART VII: NON-CO-OPERATION

85. IN FOOTSTEPS OF GREAT TEACHERS
86. PASSIVE RESISTANCE A MISNOMER
87. WHEN WITHDRAWAL OF CO-OPERATION BECOMES A MUST
88. NON-CO-OPERATION WITH AN UNJUST GOVERNMENT
89. DID JESUS CO-OPERATE? 90. RENDER UNTO CAESAR
90. DUTY OF DISLOYALTY
91. MORAL VALUES IN NON-CO-OPERATION
92. NON-RESISTANCE TRUE AND FALSE
93. NOT A MOVEMENT OF BRAG, BLUSTER AND BLUFF
94. MOTIVES IMPELLING NON-CO-OPERATORS
95. IS CONDEMNATION VIOLENCE?
96. CRUSADE AGAINST NON-CO-OPERATION
97. TRUE AND FALSE
98. RISK OF MISUSE
99. MY RESPONSIBILITY

PART VIII: CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE

100. NON-CO-OPERATION OR CIVIL RESISTANCE?
101. SATYAGRAHA NOT PREDOMINANTLY CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
102. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE ONLY A PART OF SATYAGRAHA
103. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
104. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE-THE LIVING WATER OF LIFE
105. DELAYING OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
106. PLEA FOR IMMEDIATE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
107. NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES-I
108. NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES-II
109. REQUISITE CONDITIONS
110. A CONFESSION

PART IX: CIVIL V. CRIMINAL DISOBEDIENCE

111. WHEN IS DISOBEDIENCE CIVIL?
112. CIVIL v. CRIMINAL
113. WHEN IS CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE REALLY CIVIL?
114. AGGRESSIVE v. DEFENSIVE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
115. CAUTION AGAINST AGGRESSIVE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE
116. THE CRIME OF CHAURI CHAURA
117. THE ONLY TYRANT I ACCEPT
118. BREAKING OR SCALING FENCES NOT CIVIL DIS-OBEDIENCE
119. DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
120. A POINTER FOR THE FUTURE

PART X: SATYAGRAHA UNDER CRITICAL TRIALS

121. A DEPLORABLE INCIDENT
122. A CHALLENGE
123. SATYAGRAHA IN FACE OF HOOLIGANISM
124. HONOURABLE MEANS OF DYING

PART XI: NON-VIOLENT ANSWER TO WAR AND AGGRESSION

125. MY ATTITUDE TOWARDS WAR
126. THEN AND NOW
127. SUPERSTITIONS DIE HARD
128. THE PERMANENT HISTORY OF MAN
129. DESIRABILITY OF EXODUS
130. NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE TO EXTERNAL AGGRESSION
131. NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE TO ARMED INVASION
132. SCORCHED EARTH
133. IF THEY COME
134. AN APPROPRIATE QUESTION
135. WHAT IS THE LAW?

INDEX

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