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REDISCOVERY OF INDIA'S PAST
Racial Arrogance of the Rulers
An important though secondary factor in the growth of national sentiments in India was the tone of racial superiority adopted by many Englishmen in their dealings with Indians. A particularly odious and frequent form taken by racial arrogance was the failure of justice whenever an Englishman was involved in a dispute with an Indian.
As G.O. Trevelyan pointed out in 1864
Predecessors of the Indian National Congress
THE INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS