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Well, he did get time off to visit his aunt And there's a lot of time in between the scenes where he could be relaxing for all we know.I feel sorry for Mahadev, always having to bring the latest news out of breath to Gandhi. Never having or been given a break it seems...
Gandhi, in my mind, is the embodyment of stoïcism. His time in Britain certainly has accustomed him with the British stiff upper lip.If I were serving Gandhi at times I think I would become incredibly irate at his apparent mild manners to almost everything.
So you caught on to the little reference I dropped there The question now is how far Gandhi can push his policies without hitting opposition.So Bose will build a wall and make the British pay for it?
At least Gandhi is reasonable. He advocate cooperation and private property. Perhaps Bengal is not lost to the true capital located in the Dominion.
A civil war started by Bose would certainly bring the Moderates and the Agrarians together, but in terms of economic policy there's actually quite a difference between the two.One imagines a deal with the moderates should certainly be possible. They are not so far apart as to be inimical to each other, and Bose and his militarism threatens them both.