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India’s complete freedom

Gandhi encourages the achievement of complete freedom from British rule through a ‘Do or Die’ policy, meaning that the members of the All India Congress Committee will either achieve freedom or will die trying. Gandhi advocates for the fight for independence to continue in spite of personal loss or tremendous opposition.…

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India’s relationship with other countries

India’s relationship with other countries is also extensively discussed. Gandhi wishes to maintain friendly relationships with the British, arguing that “our quarrel is not with the British people, we fight their imperialism”. Moreover, he pledges his support, as the British were in distress due to the ongoing Second World War.

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Gandhi’s political relationships

Gandhi’s personal relationships with various political figures and with his own family also represent an important topic. A notable example is the description of his friendship with the Viceroy of India, Lord Linlithgow: “I have enjoyed the privilege of friendship as I enjoy it today with Lord Linlithgow. It is a friendship which has outgrown official relationship”. He also mentions his friendship with the British Christian missionary Charles Andrews, to whom Gandhi refers to as Charlie Andrews and…

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