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The Independent Hindustan (June 1921)
The July 1921 issue of The Independent Hindustan (Vol. 1, No. 10), the monthly organ of the Hindustan Gadar Party features several original editorials, reviews, and reprinted articles. As with previous issues, the editors include comparisons of colonialism in Ireland and India, and analyses of Gandhi. An article titled "Haves and Have Nots" by "X.Y.Z.," described as "a then prominent leader of the India's Nationalist Party," is most likely Har Dayal. The issue includes the following editorials and essays:
• “Independent Hindustan an Organ of the Plain People”
• “Mr. Gandhi’s New Revolution”
• “Viceroys for India and Ireland”
• “The World Through the Eyes of a Young Indian”
• “India Through Recent Books”
• “Haves and Have-Nots” by X.Y.Z.
• “The Social Conquest of the Hindu Race"
• “Unrest Grave Problem for Indian Rulers"
• “Great Stories of India"
• “The Sins of the Opium Traffic by C.F. Andrews"
• “Life Sketch of M.K. Gandhi"
• “Sikh Nationalists’ Massacre at Nankana by Bhahat (sic) Singh"
• “Regime of Terror in India"
• “Psychology of Ignorance"
Date: June 1921
Source: The Independent Hindustan
Contributor: C.F. Andrews, Har Dayal
Publisher: Hindustan Gadar Party
Location: 5 Wood Street, San Francisco, CA
Item History: 2012-08-09 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)
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