When Gandhi as a young lawyer in South Africa began fashioning the
tenets of his political philosophy, he was absorbed by a seemingly
unrelated enterprise: creating a newspaper, Indian
Opinion. In Gandhi's Printing Press Isabel Hofmeyr provides an
account of how this footnote to a career shaped the man who would
become the world-changing Mahatma.
Subjects: History, Language & Literature, Philosophy
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