Gandhi Today: The Story of Mahatma Gandhi's Successors

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Index
Adivasis, 21, 23, 81-90, 104-22
Agrindus Institute, 104-22, 138
Alternatives,social and economic, 7 communities, intentional. See Communities, intentional cooperatives, 66-67, 93, 125, 128
Gramdan (Village-gift). See Gramdan intermediate technology, 42-43, 108, 110, 121, 126
Khadi (homespun cloth), 5, 42-43, 121
land trusts, community, 124-25
nonviolent civilian defense, 44, 131
peace brigades, 44-53, 131-32
People's Court, 81-90, 139
village councils. See Village councils
Anand Niketan, 81-90, 139
Anarchism, 7. See also Gramdan
Andhra Pradesh, 14-17
Appropriate technology, 42-43, 108, 110, 121, 126
Aquino, Corazon, 132-33
Ark, Community of the, 126-28, 140
Bangladesh, 27, 50
Basic education, 91, 94, 99-102, 110, 128
Bhatt, Chandi Prasad, 65-80
Bhave, Vinoba. See Vinoba Bhave
Bhoodan, 14-20, 23, 24, 27, 65, 94
Bihar, 17-23, 28-33, 39, 53-59, 79
Bihar Movement, 28-33, 40, 53-59
Britain and the British, 51, 125-26, 131, 133, 140
and India, 4, 5, 24, 42-43, 65, 86, 101
Buddhism and Buddhists, 18, 19, 129-30
Camara, Dom Helder, 131
Canada, 128
Charkha, 40-43
Chavez, Cesar, 124, 139
Chipko Movement, 63-80, 138
Christians and Christianity, 126-27, 131-32, 132-33
Civil rights movement ( U.S.), 123, 124
Communism and Communists, 6, 14-17, 23, 24, 61, 94, 130
Communities, intentional, 13, 126-28.
See also Alternatives, social and economic; Danagram; Sevagram Ashram
Community development. See Development, economic and social
Community organizing. See Development, economic and social
Conflict resolution, 131.See also
Peacemaking; People's Court
Congress, Indian National, 8-9, 23-39
Consensus, 20-21, 95, 125, 126
Constructive program, 5-8, 42-43
Constructive work and workers, 5-8, 13-14, 42-43
Cooperatives, 66-67, 93, 125, 128
Cow slaughter, campaign against, 38
Cyprus Resettlement Project, 51-52
Czechoslovakia, 61
Danagram, Navodaya, 91-103, 138
Decentralism and decentralization, xiii, 6-7, 79-80, 121-22, 125. See also
Alternatives, social and economic
Defense, nonviolent civilian, 44, 131
Delhi-Peking Friendship March, 51
Desai, Narayan, 40-62, 138
Development, economic and social , 5-7, 42-43, 104-5, 118-20. See also
Development programs and campaigns; Development projects and organizations
agriculture, 100-101,106-9, 115-16
bonded labor, 114, 117
colonialism and, 5-7, 42-43, 65, 79
conflict resolution and, 81-90
cooperatives, 66-67, 93, 125, 128
cow slaughter and, 38
credit and debt, 67, 95, 98, 113-17
dams and irrigation, 107-8, 113, 133
development workers and, 103, 119-20
ecology and, 63-80, 106, 109, 125
education, 99-102, 110
employment, 6, 42-43, 65-69, 78-80, 93, 96, 98, 107, 113, 115, 121
forests and, 63-80, 106, 125

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