In 1938 Subhas Chandra Bose reached the peak of his political life when he was elected President of the Indian National Congress. Leading the forces of uncompromising anti-colonialism and socialism, he defeated Gandhi's nominee in the bitterly contested election for Congress Presidency in 1939. This volume brings together Bose's letters, writings, and speeches from January 1938 until just after his resignation as Congress President in April 1939.
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Book Description OUP, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents 1. On Congress and the constitution Fascism and Communism report of an interview with R. Palme Dutt published in the Daily worker London 24 January 1938. 2. The Haripura address Presidential address at the 51 Session of the Indian National Congress February 1938. 3. Municipal socialism address to the Bombay corporation 10 May 1938. 4. Congress Medical Mission to China Bose's public statement and appeal 28 June 1938 Bose's speech at University Institute Hall 12 August 1938 Bose's farewell message to Congress Medical Mission to China. 5. On the Federal Scheme statement issued on 9 July 1938. 6. Science and politics answers to questions posed by Meghnad Saha 21 August 1938. 7. The industrial problems of India speech at the Industries Ministers Conference 2 October 1938. 8. The student's movement message to the UP student's conference 29 October 1938. 9. Our needs and our duties article in the National front October 1938. 10. The European crisis analysis of the debacle article in The Congress Socialist October 1938. 11. On Kemal Ataturk statement issued on Ataturk's death November 1938. 12. The National Planning Committee inauguration speech 17 December 1938. 13. A minimum clear cut programme statement issued on 17 January 1939. 14. The Tripuri presidential election debate statements and counter statements 21 January to 4 February 1939. 15. The Tripuri address presidential address at the 52 Session of the Indian National Congress March 1939. 16. My strange illness article in the Modern review April 1939. 17. Statement on Resignation from Congress president ship issued on 29 April 1939. 18. Major political correspondence. This volume brings together Bose's letters writings and speeches from January 1938 until just after his resignation in April 1939. It includes the famous Haripura Address of February 1938. Other pieces deal with socialism national planning science Hindu Muslim relations the role of women and European politics. Among the 120 letters here are sets of correspondence with Gandhi Tagore Jinnah and Nehru. 306 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 53500
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