The Case for India
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The Case for India

By Annie Besant
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  • THE CASE
    • FOR
  • INDIA
    • THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS DELIVERED BY ANNIE BESANT AT THE THIRTY-SECOND INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS HELD AT CALCUTTA 26TH DECEMBER 1917
    • Table of Contents
    • Presidential Address
      • GONE TO THE PEACE.
    • GONE TO THE PEACE.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • PRE-WAR MILITARY EXPENDITURE.
    • PRE-WAR MILITARY EXPENDITURE.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • CAUSES OF THE NEW SPIRIT IN INDIA.
      • THE AWAKENING OF ASIA.
      • DISCUSSIONS ABROAD ON ALIEN RULE AND IMPERIAL RECONSTRUCTION.
      • LOSS OF BELIEF IN THE SUPERIORITY OF WHITE RACES
      • THE AWAKENING OF THE MERCHANTS.
      • THE AWAKENING OF INDIAN WOMANHOOD.
      • THE AWAKENING OF THE MASSES.
    • CAUSES OF THE NEW SPIRIT IN INDIA.
    • THE AWAKENING OF ASIA.
    • DISCUSSIONS ABROAD ON ALIEN RULE AND IMPERIAL RECONSTRUCTION.
    • LOSS OF BELIEF IN THE SUPERIORITY OF WHITE RACES
    • THE AWAKENING OF THE MERCHANTS.
    • THE AWAKENING OF INDIAN WOMANHOOD.
    • THE AWAKENING OF THE MASSES.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • WHY INDIA DEMANDS HOME RULE.
      • I. THE VITAL REASON.
        • What is a Nation?
        • The Cry for Self-Rule.
        • Stunting the Race.
        • India's Rights.
      • What is a Nation?
      • The Cry for Self-Rule.
      • Stunting the Race.
      • India's Rights.
      • II. THE SECONDARY REASONS.
        • Tests of Efficiency.
        • A Change of System Needed.
        • Non-Official Anglo-Indians.
        • The Re-action on England.
        • The First Test Applied.
        • Give Indians a Chance.
        • The Other Tests Applied.
      • Tests of Efficiency.
      • A Change of System Needed.
      • Non-Official Anglo-Indians.
      • The Re-action on England.
      • The First Test Applied.
      • Give Indians a Chance.
      • The Other Tests Applied.
    • WHY INDIA DEMANDS HOME RULE.
    • I. THE VITAL REASON.
      • What is a Nation?
      • The Cry for Self-Rule.
      • Stunting the Race.
      • India's Rights.
    • What is a Nation?
    • The Cry for Self-Rule.
    • Stunting the Race.
    • India's Rights.
    • II. THE SECONDARY REASONS.
      • Tests of Efficiency.
      • A Change of System Needed.
      • Non-Official Anglo-Indians.
      • The Re-action on England.
      • The First Test Applied.
      • Give Indians a Chance.
      • The Other Tests Applied.
    • Tests of Efficiency.
    • A Change of System Needed.
    • Non-Official Anglo-Indians.
    • The Re-action on England.
    • The First Test Applied.
    • Give Indians a Chance.
    • The Other Tests Applied.
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