SIR REGINALD COUPLAND
K.C.M.G., C.I.E., HON.D.LITT. ( DURHAM) FELLOW OF ALL SOULS COLLEGE AND OF NUFFIELD COLLEGE BEIT PROFESSOR OF COLONIAL HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD


INDIA A RE-STATEMENT

HUMPHREY MILFORD

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

LONDON NEW YORK BOMBAY

1945

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Part One- The Process of Subjection 1
  • I- India and Europe 1
  • II- The Beginnings of British Rule 15
  • III- The Expansion of British Rule 28
  • Part Two- The British Raj 42
  • I- The Political Aspect 42
  • II- The Economic Aspect 52
  • III- Balance Sheet 64
  • Part Three- The Process of Liberation 71
  • I- The Problem of Self-Government 71
  • II- The Birth of Indian Nationalism 84
  • III- The British Response 99
  • IV- The New Policy on Trial 117
  • V- The Approach to Dominion Status 127
  • VI- Provincial Self-Government 149
  • VII- The Policy of the Congress 166
  • VIII- The Moslem Reaction 183
  • IX- War and Deadlock 193
  • X- Cripps and Gandhi 210
  • Part Four- The Future of India 225
  • I- The Present Situation 225
  • II- Possibilities of a Settlement 259
  • III- Britain and India- The Last Chapter 280
  • Documents 289
  • Index 303
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