Young India (1916)

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YOUNG INDIA

AN INTERPRETATION AND A HISTORY OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT FROM WITHIN


LAJPAT RAI


FOREWORD BY J. T. SUNDERLAND


ILLUSTRATED


A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Huebsch 1916) Heubsch logo.png


"The people of India are capable of administering their own affairs and the municipal feeling is deep rooted in them. The village communities, each of which is a little republic, are the most abiding of Indian institutions."
(Lord Lawrence, once Viceroy and Governor-General of British India).


new york
B.W. HUEBSCH
1916


Copyright, 1916, by

B. W. HUEBSCH

 

Printed in U. S. A.

DEDICATED

TO

THE MEMORY OF MY DEAREST FRIEND

THE LATE LAMENTED

DWARKA DASS, M. A. OF THE PUNJAB

WHO DIED OF A BROKEN HEART, AT THE

COLLAPSE OF PUBLIC LIFE IN

HIS NATIVE PROVINCE,

(OCTOBER 1912)

AS AN HUMBLE TRIBUTE TO HIS UNCOMPROMISING

ATTITUDE TOWARDS PUBLIC LIFE, HIS

LOFTY PRINCIPLES, AND HIS NOBLE

ADVOCACY OF THEM