The leadership of the Indian national movement 1914-20
In 1914 two tendencies existed in the Indian national movement - on the one hand, the Moderate tendency, inclined to caution, seeking a rational solution to Indian political problems, desirous of building a secular, democratic state on the British model, and of preparing thoroughly for this by the spread of education, by social reform and by the gradual introduction of the institutions of self-government; on the other, the Extremist tendency, based on the rise in Hindu...[Show more]
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