Divest to deprive or take away. To be or not to be, that was British India.



2nd roundtable conference. 1930. London, England.

Divest is usually used in reference to the relinquishment of authority, power, property, or title. If, for example, an individual is disinherited, he or she is divested of the right to inherit money Individuals may be divested of their citizenship for Treason. British actions regarding their refusal to grant sovereignty to MK Gandhi at the second roundtable conference in London, England can be considered treason. A law of value explained.

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