Actually going through the opinions of some members here, including the powers at the top, there seems to be a very wrong notion about the things that transpired in the late 50s and early 60s - specifically the anti-imposition of Hindi movement, the demand for a separate dravida nadu etc and DMK's idealogy then and now. In this context I give full marks to Raj T when he said the Hindi media twists things out of context to make it provocative for it's home audience. This is an old interview with PC Alexander, a distinguished bureaucrat, two time Governor and 3 times represented India in UN. This is his take on the "Dravidistan" sentiment and the separatist idealogies of DMK and why the language issue cropped up. Rediff On The NeT, Freedom: An interview with Maharashtra Governor P C Alexander I will try to find Annadurai's speech in the parliament also, but as of now it remains un-googlable.