Political Theory of Gandhi's Hind Swaraj
     A. PAREL

The Early Gandhi on Nationalism 
     H. Paul LE MAIRE

Gandhi and Marx: Ideas on Man and Society
     Indira ROTHERMUND

Economic Thought of Gandhi
     Devdutta DABHOLKAR

A Reintroduction of Gandhian Economic Thinking 
    Amritananda DAS

Gandhi after Independence
     Narayan JAYAPARKASH

The Relevance of Gandhi
     Narayan JAYAPARKASH

Tagore and Gandhi: A Study of their Controversies 
     Arun Coomer BOSE

Gandhi's Relevance to Contemporary Developments in Asia 
     Nirmal Kumar BOSE

The Gandhi Centenary: More Questions than Answers 
     Martin Deming LEWIS


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