"Dear Mr. Jinnah": Selected Correspondence and Speeches of Liaquat Ali Khan, 1937-1947
Liaquat Ali Khan's letters to Jinnah and his speeches show Liquat's devotion to the Quaid-i-Azam and to the concept of Pakistan. From 1937 until 1947, they worked so closely together that Jinnah called Liaquat 'my right hand'. This book shows the relationship, which changed the course of history in South Asia.
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