The British in India: Imperialism Or Trusteeship?
Martin Deming Lewis
Heath, 1962 - British - 114 pages
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THE PROBLEM OUTLINED
SIR REGINALD COUPLAND
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administration agriculture areas Army Asia authority became began Bengal Brit Britain British Government British India British rule brought capital cent century charges civil Company Congress considered continued cost cotton debt demand direct duties early East India Company economic effect Empire England English established Europe European exploitation export fact famines followed force foreign growth hands Hindu ideas importance increase industrial interests investment land later less living London major manufactures means ment million Moslems Muslim nationalist nature never nineteenth century official organized period political population position possible poverty present principle problem production profit progress Province railways represented responsible result selection social society taken tion trade vast village wealth West Western whole