Speeches and Documents on the Indian Constitution, 1921-47 - Vol. 2

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CONTENTS
VOLUME II
PART IV: TOWARDS PARTITION
I Presidential address of Dr Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered at the Allahabad Session of the All-India Muslim League, December 1930435
II Mr Jinnah's demand for a separate homeland for Muslims, 22 March 1940440
III Pakistan Resolution of the Lahore Session of the All-India Muslim League, 22-4 March 1940443
IV Scheme put forward by Dr Syed Abdul Latif, 1939444
V A scheme of Indian Federation by Sir Sikandar Hyat-Khan, 1939455
VI Scheme put forward by Professor Syed Zafarul Hasan and Dr Mohammad Afzal Husain Qadri462
VII Dr B. R. Ambedkar's proposals to end Congress-League deadlock, 1940465
III Professor Reginald Coupland's alternative scheme to Pakistan, March 1944467
PART V: TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE, 1937-47
I A Constituent Assembly for India475
(1) Statement by Mr C. Rajagopalachari on Constituent Assembly, 15 November 1939475
(2) Statement by Gandhiji, 19 November 1939477
(3) Address by Sir Maurice Gwyer, Chief Justice of India, 23 December 1939479
(4) Address by Dr R. Paranjpye, 27-9 December 1939481
(5) Address by Mr M. A. Jinnah, 22 Maxch 1940483
II From the outbreak of World War II to the Crippe Mission, 1942484
(1) Resolution of the Working Committee of the Indian National Congress on the War Crisis, 14 September 1939484
(2) Resolution of the Working Committee of the All-India Muslim League on the War Crisis, 17-18 September 1939488
(3) Statement by His Excellency the Viceroy, Lord Linlithgow, on 'War Aims' and 'War Effort', 18 October 1939490
(4) Negotiations by His Excellency the Viceroy, Lord Linlithgow, with Indian leaders493
(A) Statement by Lord Linlithgow releasing his correspondence with Indian leaders, 5 November 1939493

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