Endgames of empire: studies of Britain's Indian problem
The seven essays in this book concern crucial episodes in the making of British policies toward India. Essays include: The Problem of Freedom with Unity; The Making of India's Paper Federation, 1927-35; British Policy and the Indian Problem, 1936-40; The Mystery of the Cripps Mission; Jinnah and the Pakistan Demand; Mountbattem, India, and the Commonwealth; India in 1947: The Limits of Unity.
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The Problem of Freedom with Unity
The Making of Indias Paper Federation
British Policy and the Indian Problem
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