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“Expose the Hollowness of Moral Pretensions”: Gandhi on Non-cooperation and Anticolonialism in 1920

Discussion of how Gandhi saw non-cooperation as a response to events of 1919 and 1920

Bram Hubbell
Bram Hubbell
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“Expose the Hollowness of Moral Pretensions”: Gandhi on Non-cooperation and Anticolonialism in 1920

World history textbooks regularly discuss Gandhi’s encouragement of peaceful and nonviolent means to challenge British rule in India. As discussed in this week’s post, the Non-Cooperation Movement began in 1920. Gandhi promoted non-cooperation as a response to recent events.

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