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CHAPTER PAGE I THE PROGRAMME
RELIGIOUS UNITY AND INDEPENDENCE
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anarchy Asia believe boycott Britain British C. F. ANDREWS capitalistic Civil Disobedience co-operation constitution countrymen cracy culture Delhi democracy democratic desire dominated duty economic ideals English Europe European evolution evolve existence fact faith force foreign government foreign rule freedom future Hindu-Muslim unity Hindus Hindus and Muslims honour human idea Imperialism Imperialists Indian bureaucracy Indian National Congress individual interests Khilafat kind labour latter law and order leaders Liberals liberties loyalty Mahatma Gandhi means ment methods Michael O'Dwyer moderates moral Muslim Nationalists Nationhood Non-co Non-co-operation movement object officials organisation organization parties patriotism peace pledges political position practice present principles problem programme progress Punjab purpose question RABINDRANATH TAGORE Reforms religion representatives Rowlatt Act rulers SASTRY Self-Government Sikhs social sovereign nation sovereignty spirit Swaraj Swarajya theory thing thought tion Triplicane true untouchables whole