C. F. Andrews (Deenabandhu)
ISPCK for the C. F. Andrews Centenary Committee, 1970 - Missionaries - 79 pages
"This remarkable Westerner was : Tagore's disciple and friend, Gandhiji's brother and colleague, friend of the humble everywhere. Read about his part in : the fight against social evils (untouchability and casteism, communalism, exploitation and injustice), the Independence Movement, the struggle to end indentured labour, the birth of the Indian Trade Union Movement (he was twice President of the All India T.U.C.)."--Back.
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A Labour of Love
An Englishman discovers India
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