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Extract of Cardinal Cox's review of The Life of Mahatma Gandhi. Read the full review here.

"Mahatma Gandhi is a guy that, I guess, most of us only know from the Ben Kingsley portrayal. This book written by an American journalist who met him a couple of times fills in much of his background.

Grandson, nephew and son from a string of prime ministers in a minor state, travelled to London to study to be a lawyer in 1888. In 1893 he landed in South Africa and here he eventually won his first victory for the Indians. He hadn’t tried to get equality, rather to just have his fellow Indians treated fairly. He also served South Africa well as a medical officer during the Boer War and the Zulu revolt of 1906. It was also during this time that the Russian aristocratic Christian/anarchist Tolstoy came to influence and inspire him."

0486245934 Autobiography
Author: Mahatma Gandhi
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Author: Mahatma Gandhi
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Author: Mahatma Gandhi

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Gandhi An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments With Truth
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi; Paperback

Gandhi, the Man: The Story of His Transformation
Eknath Easwaran; Paperback

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