Gandhi's Passion

Gandhi's Passion

Gandhi's Passion

Celebrates the life and work of India's "Great Soul," focusing on his non-violent struggle to end British imperial domination of India, and offering insight into why modern India has rejected Gandhi's nonviolent idealogies and joined the nuclear arms race.

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Publisher : Oxford University Press
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ISBN : 9780195156348
Pages : 336 pages
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