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All Men Are Brothers: Autobiographical Reflections. (reprint, 1980).


All men are brothers; autobiographical reflections. (reprint, 1980)

Gandhi, Mahatma. Ed. by Krishna Kripalani.

Continuum Publishing Group


199 pages




The life and ideas of the Indian champion of nonviolence are as timely now as when the original 1980 Continuum edition was published. Gandhi's thoughts are collected on such topics as self- discipline, religion, marriage, women's roles, and the link between moral values and economics. The book includes a glossary, sources, and a chronology of events in his life (1869-1948). Cited in Books for College Libraries, 3d ed.

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