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Stafford Cripps

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Gandhi has asked that the British Government should walk out of India and leave the Indian people to settle differences among themselves, even if it means chaos and confusion.

— Stafford Cripps

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Violent statements and threats cannot provide a solution to the problem. They can only exacerbate feeling and make a clash of forces inevitable.

— Stafford Cripps

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It is not yet too late for the Indian people to decide on rapid, ordered progress. I can assure them that the British people are as determined upon self-government for India as they are themselves.

— Stafford Cripps

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Productive power is the foundation of a country's economic strength.

— Stafford Cripps

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Reasoned arguments and suggestions which make allowance for the full difficulties of the state of war that exists may help, and will always be listened to with respect and sympathy.

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Tribune set up as the campaign's newspaper by Cripps and George Strauss survived. However the solution devised by the three men known as the Cabinet Mission Plan was unsatisfactory to the Indian National Congress mainly its principal leaders and instead of having to hold together the emerging one nation Indian National Congress leaders travelled further down the road that eventually led to Partition. that there was every likelihood" that Cripps would unseat Churchill as prime minister.

Sir Richard Stafford Cripps (24 April 1889 – 21 April 1952) was a British Labour politician of the first half of the 20th century. During World War II he served in a number of positions in the wartime coalition including Ambassador to the Soviet Union and Minister of Aircraft Production. After the war he served in the Attlee Ministry firstly as President of the Board of Trade and between 1947 and 1950 as Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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