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Why Indian farmers' protests are being called a 'satyagraha' – which means 'embracing the truth'

By Sumit Ganguly, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and the Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations, Indiana University
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The term was first used in 1917 for a political agitation that Mahatma Gandhi launched against the British, on behalf of farmers.

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