Mohandas Gandhi (Google eBook)

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Infobase Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Nationalists - 149 pages
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A series that examines the lives of people who have had a major impact on the history or current practice of religion. This volume follows the life of Mohandas Gandhi, leader of the Indian struggle for independance.
  

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Contents

March to the Sea
2
Growing up in India
6
Leaving Home for College
14
Living in South Africa
24
Satyagraha
34
Returning to India
46
Moving Toward Swaraj
56
Continued Unrest
65
Never Forgotten
84
Appendix
90
Chronology Timeline
116
Notes
122
Glossary
124
Bibliography
126
Further Reading
128
Index
130

Independence at Last
76

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About the author (2009)

Todd received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Indian Studies from the University of Minnesota. She has written a number of children's books, including biographies about American Indians and informative books about American history.

Martin E. Marty is professor emeritus of religious history at the University of Chicago. He is the winner of the National Book Award and the author of more than fifty books. His recent books include "Martin Luther: A Life" (Viking) and "The Christian World: A Global History" (Modern Library).

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