The Moral and Political Writings of Mahatma Gandhi: Civilization, politics, and religion
The first in a series of three, this volume brings together the seminal writings of Mahatma Gandhi in an accessible form. Gandhi's books were few and inconclusive, but throughout his life he wrote innumerable articles and kept an enormous correspondence. The Collected Works of Gandhi run to ninety volumes. The editor of this series has selscted the most important of Gandhi's writings on morality, politics, religion, non-violent resistance, and a host of other topics, all of which illuminate the life and thought of the great man.
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Frontispiece Abbreviations
Gandhi on Himself and His Mission
Striving after Moksha
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