Indian Students' Meeting to Protest Indira Gandhi's Subversion of Democracy in India (1975)

Flyer advertising meeting to "Protest Indira Gandhi's Subversion of Democracy" on five charges, including the imposition of emergency, suspension of constitutional rights, media censorship, arrest of political leaders and newspaper editors. Includes several quotes from an AP report in Chicago Sun-Times, describing the arrests and the motivations behind Gandhi's actions. Dated 26 June 1975, the day the Gandhi-led government declared the state of emergency.


Date: June 26, 1975
Subject(s): Indian Emergency
Location: Chicago, IL

Holding Institution: University of Chicago
Item History: 2011-06-01 (created); 2013-08-27 (modified)

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