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Moderates and Extremists: Dadabhai Naoroji, M.G. Ranade and B.G. Tilak
Moderates and extremists: Dadabhai Naoroji, M.G. Ranade and B.G. Tilak

The nationalist movement was articulated differently in different phases of India's freedom struggle. Apart from ideological shifts, there were noticeable differences in the social background of those who participated in the struggle against the British. For instance, the Gandhian phase of Indian nationalism, also known as the phase of mass nationalism, radically altered the nature of the constituencies of nationalism by incorporating the hitherto neglected sections of the Indian society. It would ...

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