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Typed letter from Mahatma Gandhi, Sevagram, India, to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Washington, USA, July 1, 1942 page 2 of 2, English SN 22486 - Summary: Gandhi states that he is a well-wisher and not an enemy of great Britain and U.S.A. that while he hates the British rule over India he loves the British people; that as long as foreign rule continues over India, Africa and other parts of the world and U. S. A. has the negro problem; professing that the war is to ensure freedom to all is merely tall talk that it is in this background that the Indian National Congress has accepted his (Gandhi's) proposal not to thwart war effort and that this letter may be looked upon as a friendly invitation to meditate in the matters.

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