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Non-Cooperation in South India

  • Christopher Baker

Abstract

Non-cooperation was the Congress’ first national agitation against government. The campaign was launched from the conference sessions and executive meetings of the all-India body and was carried forward by activities in all the regions of the sub-continent. The exhortations of the new leaders at the very centre of national politics were matched by demonstrations of discontent in the fields and maidans at the periphery.

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Forest Department Local Politics Temperance Campaign Legislative Council Provincial Leader 
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Notes

  1. 36.
    G. Slater, Southern India: Its Political and Economic Problems (London, 1936), p. 335.Google Scholar
  2. 49.
    N. Mukherjee,. The Ryotwari System in Madras, (Calcutta, 1962).Google Scholar
  3. 59.
    K. Jayaraman, A Study of Panchayats in Madras, (Bombay, 1947), p. 55.Google Scholar
  4. 146.
    G. Rudrayya Chowdari, Prakasam—A Political Study, (Madras, 1971), pp. 124–5.Google Scholar

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© C. J. Baker and D. A. Washbrook 1975

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