An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Study Guide Part 4, Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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Gandhi's delegation meets with Mr. Chamberlain in South Africa and finds that he is not very interested in the Indian delegation. Gandhi has to travel to the Transvaal to prepare a case in Pretoria. Due to the effects of the war, a permit is needed for his travel. The British require pay-offs to issue a permit and were soaking the Indian population. With the aid of the Police Superintendent of Durban, Gandhi receives the necessary permit and rushes to catch his train. In Pretoria, they make it difficult for Gandhi by claiming that the Indians hadn't provided the names of their representatives in advance. They threaten to arrest him for not having the required permit. The new Asiatic Department is disappointed to learn that he does indeed have the necessary permit. They claim its issuance is a mistake, that he is not a...

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