GANDHI: VOICE OF A NEW AGE REVOLUTION
"First-rate life that reduces Gandhi to human scale without diminishing his greatness."
In a penetrating retelling of the life of the gentle Indian revolutionary, Green (Prophets of a New Age, 1992, etc.) attributes Gandhi's peculiar brand of saintly political activism to his contact, as a law student in London, with what Green calls the ``New Age'' movement—which, the author says, included Tolstoy, Ruskin, G.B. Shaw, and others. Read full book review >