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72 Alexander, Horace Gundry. ” In The Friend. (London) 68: 371–372, 1929. Short account of his impressions of Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram. 73 Alexander, Horace Gundry. The Indian Ferment: A Traveler’s Tale. Introduction by C. F. Andrews. London: Williams and Norgate, 1929. 9, 253p. 212–229. In this travel document the author comments at length about India’s struggle for independence and offers interesting observations on his meeting with Gandhi. 74 Alexander, Horace Gundry. India Since Cripps. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England & New York: Penguin Books, 1944.
Bibliog. Appendices. The author point out that each of the Third World leaders originated and attempted a plan for economic development, which reflected the historical and cultural uniqueness of their country. The author concludes that the strategy of self-reliance, work, planning had mixed success on the part of Gandhi, Mao, and Nyerere. 166 Andholla, B. , and D. Tripathi. ] Gleanings from Gandhian Thought. Jabalpur, 1959. 167 Andley, Chater Behari Lal. Gandhi the Saviour? Delhi: Andley Brothers, 1933.
Gandhi passim. 12 A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi 84 All India Congress Committee. Congress and War Crisis. Allahabad: The Author, 1940. ii, 179p. In this book there is a compilation of 25 official statements and articles of Mahatma Gandhi dealing with the issue of war. 85 All India Congress Committee. 1—11. Allahabad: The Author, 1935. 492p. There are eleven brochures published by the AICC. Selected brochures deal with 1. Satyagraha; 2. Village Industries and Reconstruction; 3.