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Multiple Perspectives in History (Grade 9)

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Multiple Perspectives in History

Use the differing perspectives on British imperialism in India below to complete the following questions.

"You English committed one supreme crime against my people. For a hundred years you have done everything for us. You have given us no responsibility for our own government." - Mohandas Gandhi

"To sum up the whole, the British rule has been-morally, a great blessing; politically, peace and order..." - Dadabhai Naoroji
1. 
How are Gandhi and Naoroji's perspectives similar?



2. 
How are Gandhi and Naoroji's perspectives different?



3. 
British rule in India is often called "the knife of sugar" by historians. Which perspective above best fits the "knife" portion and which perspective above best fits the "sugar" portion? Why?



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