Colonial and Coloured Peoples: A Programme for their Freedom and Progress

By: Ranga, N. G. (Professor)

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Several leaves creased at corner near end of book. Fading and rubbing to dust wrapper. Dust wrapper protected in archival mylar cover. ; (xiv), 222 pages. Blue papered boards. Page dimensions: 180 x 122mm. "This book is an eloquent plea for the independence of all the Coloured and Colonial Peoples of the world, coming from one who has passed through struglles and sufferings in this own person in the cause of the Indian Peoples' freedom." - from dust wrapper blurb. Prefaced by a two-page transcript of a conversation between the author and Mahatma Gandhi, after the author's release from a two year detention in jail. Published one year before the Indepence of India in 1947. Selected contents: War-Time Promises and What Became of Them; The Philadelphia Charter Fails the Colonial Peoples; A West-Indian of African Descent Speaks; Ye Imperialisms, 'Quit the Colonies!' A Case for Recognition of the Independence of Colonial Peoples; Epilogue - World Revolution. ; 12mo

Title: Colonial and Coloured Peoples: A Programme for their Freedom and Progress

Author Name: Ranga, N. G. (Professor)

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Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Bombay, Hind Kitabs: (1946)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good in Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 11867