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We would rather starve than sell our national honor.

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Source Notes: Source: INDIRA GANDHI, prime minister of India, remark at election meeting in Nagpur, India, as reported by The New York Times, January 23, 1967, p. 1.India had accepted trade restrictions with North Vietnam and Cuba to get grain from the United States. Prime Minister Gandhi said this did not compromise the countrys honor because India had not been trading with North Vietnam, and her trade with Cuba was limited to the selling of jute products, which was not objected to by the United States.

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Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi ( ) (November 19, 1917 October 31, 1984) was Prime Minister of India from January 19, 1966 to March 24, 1977, and from January 14, 1980 until her assassination on October 31, 1984. The daughter of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru (and not related to Mahatma Gandhi), she was one of modern India's most politically notable leaders.

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