An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 11-15 Summary

Gandhi continues his custom of inviting people to live in his house, including even Englishmen, although he knows this causes disagreements with Kasturbai. Since he can't find Indian clerks who are efficient in secretarial duties, he hires a Scottish woman who works quite well for him. The two develop a friendly relationship: Gandhi even gives her away at her wedding and she helps Gandhi out when needed after that. The next steno also works out well for him and helps run the movement when he and others are in jail.

In 1904, Gandhi and others launch the Indian Opinion newspaper. Gandhi handles the editorial section and helps out financially. He writes in every issue, unless he happens to be in prison.

Gandhi says that the Indians in Johannesburg are treated as coolies and their living areas are known as coolie...

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