Indian Movement for Independence

Indian Movement for Independence - Indian Movement for...

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Indian Movement for Independence o Indian elites, the british, and Indian nationalism By bringing Indians to Britain and educated them, secular and westernized as result of british colonialism began to make demands for autonomy and independence Been exposed to nationalism while in Europe or by reading European authors and Indian elites realized they could create Indian national identity that would transcend its remarkable diversity – the foundation for the movement of liberation. Indian National Congress – formed by Indian elites with consensus from the brithish, give them a forum, a small voice to neutralize them as leaders for potential movement of natural liberation. But members grow increasingly assertive in their demands, really upset that colonialism is tinged by notions of race, they are being treated as racially inferior, this accelerates the growth of a national consciousness that trickled down to the masses. Worked to expose the wrongs of british, lead the Indian
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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