THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT: INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT FROM RANADE TO BHAVE.
Brown, D. Mackenzie.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1970. Third Printing Octavo, wraps, 244 p., 4 p. of plates, index, bibl. Good Paperback 520001834 By a careful selection from the writings and speeches of the politically active Hindu and Moslem leaders- men such as Rande, Gohale, Tilak, Lajpat Rai, Gandhi, Nehru, Radhakrishnan, Narayan, and Bahve- Mr. Brown illuminates the events in nineteenth-century India flowing from the first strongly defined nationalistic movement, which aimed first for reform and later at independence from Britain. (Item ID: 143295)