Congress president: speeches, articles and letters January 1938 - May 1939
Oxford University Press, Mar 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 306 pages
In 1938 Subhas Chandra Bose reached the peak of his political life when he was elected President of the Indian National Congress. Leading the forces of uncompromising anti-colonialism and socialism, he defeated Gandhi's nominee in the bitterly contested election for Congress Presidency in 1939. This volume brings together Bose's letters, writings, and speeches from January 1938 until just after his resignation as Congress President in April 1939.
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A.I.C.C. meeting accept agree All-India Congress Allahabad attitude Bengal Bombay Bose's Britain British Government Calcutta China civic co-operation Coalition Ministry Congress Committee Congress President Congress Socialist Party Congress Working Committee Congressmen consider Constitution contest countrymen dear Subhas delegates Delhi Dr Pattabhi Elgin Road favour February Federal Scheme feel fight freedom future Gandhiji Haripura homogeneous Cabinet hope India Indian National Congress industries issue Jawaharlal Nehru Jinnah leaders leftist letter LOVE—BAPU M.N. Roy Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi Jealgora Mahatmaji matter Maulana Municipal Muslim League non-violent opinion organisation party political possible Presidential election presidentship problem programme provinces Purna Swaraj question Rajkot re-election realise regard reply resignation Santiniketan Sarat Sardar Patel script sincerely Subhas Socialist statement struggle Subhas Chandra Bose suggested Swaraj telegram tion told trade Tripuri Congress unity vote Wardha