Why were the assertive nationalists disillusioned with the leadership of the early nationalist .

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Why were the assertive nationalists disillusioned with the leadership of the early nationalist .

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    The assertive nationalists were disillusioned with the leadership of the early nationalist because the latter wanted to achieve self-government and they strove for autonomy within the Empire and not for absolute independence while the former wanted ‘swaraj’ or complete independence.
    The early nationalists believed in constitutional methods and worked within the framework of the law. They sent petitions and requests to the home government for reforming the Indian political order. But the assertive nationalists were aggressive in their approach and believed that the English would never leave India until and unless firm and aggressive measures were taken against them. 
  2. Answer:

    The assertive nationalists were disillusioned with the leadership of the early nationalist because the latter wanted to achieve self-government and they strove for autonomy within the Empire and not for absolute independence while the former wanted ‘swaraj’ or complete independence.
    The early nationalists believed in constitutional methods and worked within the framework of the law. They sent petitions and requests to the home government for reforming the Indian political order. But the assertive nationalists were aggressive in their approach and believed that the English would never leave India until and unless firm and aggressive measures were taken against them.