March 10 - March10,1922:Gandhiisarrestedforsedition.

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March 10, 1922:  ∙Gandhi is arrested for sedition.  March 1922-January 1924:  ∙Gandhi remains in prison.  1924-1928:  ∙Gandhi avoids politics, focusing his writings on the improvement of India.  1925:  ∙Despite his long absence from politics, Gandhi becomes President of the Indian  National Congress.  February-August 1928:  ∙Residents in the district of Bardoli protest high rents using  methods of non-cooperation inspired by Gandhi.  January 26, 1930:  ∙Gandhi publishes the Declaration of Independence of India.  March 2, 1931:  ∙Gandhi warns the Viceroy of his intention to break the Salt Laws.  March 12-April 6, 1931:  ∙Gandhi leads his Salt March to the sea.  May 5, 1931:  ∙Gandhi is arrested for violating the Salt Laws; non-cooperation  movements break out across India.  January 1931:  ∙British government yields to protests, releases all prisoners, invites a 
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course HIST 2320 taught by Professor Siegenthaler during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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March 10 - March10,1922:Gandhiisarrestedforsedition.

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