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Seats Of The Mighty - J. Reynolds in Morning Post, London, England, 1931.

Reynolds of the Morning Post, London, sees Gandhi enthroned on the seat of power after the successful civil disobedience movement had led the British Government to agree to the second Round Table Conference in an effort to compromise with militant Indian nationalism. The reception he got from ordinary Britons in London and Manchester was an indication of the love and esteem in which they held him. But those who held power in Britain ascribed to him the ignoble motive of wanting to oust them from ruling India so that he might rule in their stead.

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