The mind of Jawaharlal Nehru
The Author Offers An Absorbing And Revealing Portrait Of Jawaharlal Nehru. He Analyses The Factors That Shaped Nehru`S Thinking And His Ideology, And Provides A Critical Assessment Of His Work. Cover Slightly Wornout, Text Clean, Condition O.K.
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accepted achievement of Nehru action African approach argued Asia Asian Relations attitude basic Bertrand Russel Bombay British C. A. Balan China Chinese civil liberties commitment Commonwealth Communist conflict Congress cooperate countries criticising criticism Delhi democracy and socialism democratic socialism domination economic and social economic issues expansionism faith favour forces foreign policy freedom friendliness full-blooded Marxist Gandhi human ideology important individual industrialisation influence interests involved Irawati Karve Jayaprakash kisans Krupasindhu large number leader lectures Mahabharata Mahatma Marx ment methods modernisation monopoly nationalist Nehru gave Nehru papers Nehru saw Nehru's ideas Nehru's mind ness organisation outlook parliamentary democracy parliamentary system party peace peasant personality political Portuguese possible prime minister principle problems programme rejected responsibility revolution revolutionary romanticism romanticist Sahibs Sangam Books sector sense Shanta Rameshwar Rao Sheikh Abdullah Sir Jadunath Sarkar socialist Soviet Union struggle swaraj United Provinces violence Western William Beveridge wrote