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Speeches and Writings of M. K. Gandhi by Mohandas K. Gandhi
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Summary



Introduction (p.21)

By Mr. C. F. Andrews

M. K. Gandhi: A Sketch (p.27)

By G. A. Natesan

South African Indian Question

The Beginning of the Struggle (p.91)
Deputation to Lord Selborne (p.120)
Mr. Gandhi's Address (p.122)
Deputation to Lord Elgin (p.133)
Before the Court in 1907 (p.140)
Attitude towards the Assailants (p.144)
The Issue at Stake (p.146)
The Marriage Question (p.151)
Before the Court in 1913 (p.156)
The Solomon Commission (p.159)
Should Indians have full Citizen Rights? (p.167)
A Truce with the Government (p.170)
The Settlement (p.173)
Farewell Speech at Durban (p.175)
Address to the Indentured Indians (p.179)
Address to the Tamil Community (p.181)
Farewell Speech at Johannesburg (p.185)
Farewell to South Africa (p.192)
Reception in England (p.197)
Letter to Lord Crewe (p.198)
Farewell to England (p.199)
Reception in Bombay (p.200)
Reception in Madras
The Indian South African League
Advice to South African Indians
Bail way Restrictions in Transvaal
Indians in South Africa
Indian Rights in the Transvaal
Another S. A. Commission
Indians in the Colonies
Reciprocity Between India and the Dominions
Indian and European Emigrants
Indentured Labour
Indian Colonial Emigration
The Iniquities of the Indenture System
Imperial Conference Resolutions

Jail Experiences

Passive Resistance

How the Idea Originated
Soul Force v. Physical Force
The Origin of the Movement in South Africa
The Genesis of Passive Resistance
Passive Resisters in the Tolstoy Farm
A Lesson to India
A Message to the Congress
The Gains of the Passive Resistance Struggle

The Champaran Enquiry

Labour Trouble in Behar

The Kaira Question

The Situation in Kaira
The Vow of Passive Resistance
Statement on the Kaira Distress
Reply to the Commissioner
The Meaning of the Covenant
Reply to Kaira Press Note
End of the Kaira Struggle
The Last Phase

Earlier Indian Speeches

The Duties of British Citizenship
A Plea for the Soul
On Anarchical Crimes
Loyalty to the British Empire
Advice to Students
Politics and the People
The Reward of Public Life
Three Speeches on Gokhale
Unveiling Mr. Gokbale's Portrait
The Lite Mr. Gokhale
Gokhale's Services to India
Hindu University Speech
The Benares Incident
Reply to Karachi Address
The Gurukula
Swadeshi
Ahimsa
Economic vs. Moral Progress
The Moral Basis of Co-operation
Third Class in Indian Railways
Vernaculars as Media of Instruction
Social Service
True Patriotism
The Satyagrahasrama
Indian Merchants
National Dress
The Hindu-Mahomedan Problem
Gujarat Educational Conference
Gujarat Political Conference
Address to Social Service Conference
The Protection of the Cow
On Womanhood
Plea for Hindi
The Ahmedabad Mill Hands
A Letter to the Viceroy
Recruiting for the War
The Montagu Chelmsford Scheme
Present Top-heavy Administration

The Rowlatt Bills & Satyagraba

Manifesto to the Press
The Pledge
Speech at Allahabad
Speech at Bombay
Speech at Madras
Appeal to the Viceroy
The Satyagraha Day
Satyagraha Day in Madras
Message to Satyagrahis
The Delhi Incident
Message to Madras Satyagrahis
Message to the Bombay Citizens
Distribution of Prohibited Literature
Message After Arrest
The "Satyagrahi"
Satyagraha and Duragraha
Speech at Ahmedabad
Temporary Suspension of the Movement

Non-Co-Operation

The Punjab & Khilafat Wrongs
The Amritsar Appeals
The Khilafat Question
"Why I have Joined the Khilafat Movement"
Congress Report on the Punjab Disorders
A Personal Statement
How to Work Non-Co-operation
Open Letter to Lord Chelmsford
Political Freemasonry
Courts and Schools
Speech at Madras
Speech at the Special Congress
Swaraj in one Year
"To Every Englishman in India"
The Creed of the Congress
Appeal to Young Bengal
Open Letter to the Duke of Connaught
The Need for Humility
Strikes
The Malegaon Incident
The Simla Visit
The Ali Brothers' Apology
Violence and Non-Violence
Appeal to the Women of India
The Arrest of the Ali Brothers
Manifesto on Freedom of Opinion
The Great Sentinel
Honour the Prince
The Bombay Riots
The Statement
Message to the Citizens of Bombay
Appeal to the Hooligans of Bombay
Appeal to his Co-Workers
Peace at Last
The Moral Issue
Civil Disobedience
The Moplah Outbreak
Reply to Lord Ronaldshay
The Round Table Conference
The Abmedabad Congress Speech
The Independence Resolution
The Bombay Conference
Letter to H. E. the Viceroy
Reply to the Government of India
The Crime of Chauri Chaura
In Defence of the Bardoli Decisions
The Delhi Resolutions
Reply to Critics
A Divine Warning

On the Eve of Arrest

"If I am Arrested."
Message to Co-Workers
Message to Kerala

After the Arrest

The Arrest
The Message of the Charka
Letter to Hakim Ajmal Khan
Letter to Srimati Urmila Devi
Interview in Jail
Letter to Moulana Abdul Bari
Message to the Parsis
Truth of the Spinning Wheel
Letter to Mr. Andrews

The Great Trial

Statement Before the Court
Written Statement
The Judgment
Mr. Gandhi's Reply
Message to the Country

Jail Life in India

The Meaning of the Imprisonments
Work in Gaols
A Model Prisoner

Miscellaneous

A Confession of Faith (p.859)
Passive Resistors in the Tolstoy Farm (p.863)
The Rationale of Suffering (p.864)
The Theory and Practice of Passive Resistance (p.866)
On Soul Force and Indian Politics (p.869)
Rights and Duties of Labour (p.874)
The Doctrine of the Sword (p.878)
The Gujarat National University (p.883)
Indian Medicine (p.888)
Hindustani and English (p.890)
Social Boycott (p.892)
"Neither a Saint nor a Politician" (p.895)
Hindu-Moslem Unity (p.901)
Untouchability (p.905)
Gokhale, Tilak and Mehta (p.908)
The Fear of Death (p.913)
Hinduism (p.916)
National Education (p.924)
From Satyagraha to Non-Co-Operation (p.928)
Introspection (p.931)
The Spinning Wheel (p.934)
Love, not Hate (p.936)

Appendix I

Mr. Gandhi's Religion (p.939)
The Rules and Regulations of Satyagrahasrama (p.943)
The Memorial to Mr. Montagu (p.948)
The Swadeshi Vow (p.950)

Appendix II — Appreciations.

Count Leo Tolstoy (p.955)
Prof. Gilbert Murray (p.955)
Lord Hardinge (p.958)
Lord Ampthill (p.958)
The Lord Bishop of Madras (p.958)
Lord Gladstone (p.959)
The Hon. Mr. Jameson (p.959)
Sir Henry Cotton (p.959)
Mr. Charles Roberts, M. P. (p.959)
Senator W. P. Schreiner (p.960)
G. K. Gokhale (p.960)
Rev. Joseph Doke (p.961)
Mrs. Annie Besant (p.962)
Sir P. M. Mehta (p.962)
Mrs. Sarojini Naidu (p.962)
Dr. Subramania Iyer (p.963)
Sir Rabindranath Tagore (p.963)
Bal Gangadhar Tilak (p.963)
Lala Lajpat Rai (p.964)
Dr. J. H. Holmes (p.964)
Mr. W. W. Pearson (p.965)
Mr. Percival Landon (p.965)
Col. J. C. Wedgwood, M. P. (p.966)
Mr. Blanch Watson (p.966)
Mr. Ben Spoor, M. P. (p.966)
Mr. S. E Stokes (p.968)
Vincent Anderson (p.968)
Sir Valentine Chirol (p.968)
Mr. C. F. Andrews (p.968)
S. W. Clemes (p.970)
Mr. W. E. Johnson (p.970)
The Rt. Hon. V. S. Srinivasa Sastri (p.971)
Mr. H. S. L. Polak (p.976)
Mr. K. Natarajan (p.983)
Mrs. Sarojini Naidu (p.983)
Babu Dwijendranath Tagore (p.984)

Related Books (p.986)

Index (p.987)

Related Books and Eminent Orientalists (p.995)

Illustrations

Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi
Three Portraits of Gandhi