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The Peace Maker 1930.

While the civil disobedience movement continued and repression raged in India, Prime Minister MacDonald called a conference in London in November 1930 to work out a compromise on the Congress demand for self-government. The Congress kept away from the conference. Winston Churchill, the spokesman of the diehard Tories, demanded the suppression of the satyagraha before negotiating with Gandhi. MacDonald tried to reconcile the demands of Indian nationalism and of the Tories without success, and the conference wound up inconclusively at the end of January 1931.

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