B.R. Ambedkar, the architect of India's constitution, and M.K.
Gandhi, the Indian nationalist, two figures whose thought and
legacies have most strongly shaped the contours of Indian
democracy, are typically considered antagonists who held
irreconcilable views on empire, politics, and society. As such,
they are rarely studied together. This book reassesses their
complex relationship, focusing on their shared commitment to
equality and... more...