He led by example and was a persuasive speaker, but Mohandas Gandhi was always a powerful and prolific writer as well. Drawing from his books, letters, interviews, and essays, this anthology includes excerpts from Hind Swaraj, Satyagraha in South Africa, and Ashram Observances in Action, as well as Gandhi's readings of Thoreau and Tolstoy, his essays on the life of Socrates, and his farseeing denunciations of the Nazi regime. In the introduction, Tridip Suhrud provides context for Gandhi's writings, while demonstrating their continuing relevance to the present political climate.
The Power Of Nonviolent Resistance
Author: M.K. Gandhi. Tridip Suhrud, ed.