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The Independent Hindustan (May 1921)
The May 1921 issue of The Independent Hindustan (Vol. 1, No. 9), the monthly organ of the Hindustan Gadar Party, features several original editorials, reviews, and reprinted articles. Notably, the issue includes a history of the Hindustan Gadar Party, as well as the American novelist Theodore Dreiser’s remarks on “the quality of the people in India.” A full listing of the contents of the issue follows:
• “How Things Are: In Nutshells”
• “The Story of the Hindustan Gadar Party”
• “The Social Conquest of the Hindu Race”
• “A Life Sketch of Mr. Gandhi”
• “Mr. Andrews on ‘The Present Situation’”
• “The Indian Situation Through British Eyes”
• “British Y.M.C.A. in India Sounds Warning to English"
• “Theodore Dreiser’s Remarks About the Quality of the People in India"
• “Latest News from India"
• “The Mill That Grinds the Poor"
• “India – As It Is: The Women of India"
Date: May 1921
Source: The Independent Hindustan
Contributor: Bishan Singh
Publisher: Hindustan Gadar Party
Location: 5 Wood Street, San Francisco, CA
Item History: 2012-08-07 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)
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