Law and Imperialism: Criminality and Constitution in Colonial India and Victorian England

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Routledge, 2016 - Constitutional law - 256 pages
Laws that were imposed by colonizers were as much an attempt to confirm their own identity as to control the more dangerous elements of a potentially unruly populace. This title uses material from both British Parliamentary Papers and colonial archive material to provide evidence of legal change and response.

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