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The Non-Cooperation Movement led by Mahatma Gandhi was the first nationwide mass protest in the history of Indian Independence however, it was very significant but was in actuality an enormous movement and people of all religions and castes took part in this movement. It marked a new turn to the national movement. After this, the national movement went through a fundamental transformation. The movement no longer remained confined to a few educated sections but witnessed the broadening of popular participation. Nearly everyone of the historians agree with the fact that the whole credit goes to masses who actively participated in this movement. On the other hand, subaltern historians look at mass mobilization as autonomous and independent of the leaders but this study demonstrates that the whole process of mobilization was very complex.

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