The essays in this book were originally published together as a special issue of the Journal of Modern Asian Studies, released in July 1981. They are reprinted here in their entirety. The essays are concerned with the ways in which Britain's imperial connection with India impinged upon the political, economic and social development of the subcontinent in the first half of the twentieth century.Essays on Imperialism, Nationalism and Change in Twentieth-Century India Christopher Baker, Gordon Johnson, Anil Seal ... Preferably, they argued, pickets a#39;should be confined to peaceful conversational persuasion and they should not be permitted to shout slogans or use abusive language or ... In public discourse, intimidation simply meant that union bullies threatened to beat those who went to work.
|Title||:||Power, Profit and Politics: Volume 15, Part 3|
|Author||:||Christopher Baker, Gordon Johnson, Anil Seal|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2009-10-15|