An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 5, Chapters 36-42 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapters 36-42 Summary

In November, Gandhi is invited to a conference in Delhi regarding the Khilafat question. Gandhi attends and tells them the cow slaughter should not be a subject of the meetingand that the Musalmans should stop cow slaughter out of respect of the Hindus and not use it to try to attract Hindu support. The Hindus should not accept the end of cow slaughter as a price to support the Musalmans. They discuss the possibility of boycotting foreign and British goods. Gandhi proposes non-cooperation with the government.

When the Congress begins at Amritsar, most of the prisoners who were arrested during martial law have been released. The Ali brothers appear at the Congress. At this time the king offers reforms and Gandhi is one of the few who is willing to accept the reforms. They establish a committee to formulate...

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