If the political ideas of a people are shaped by the economic realities that surround them, then, the histories of the Indian national mvoement published hitherto cannot quite be regarded as either satisfactory or complete. A study of the economic policies of the Indian antional leadership is therefore imperative to national leadership is therefore impertive to the understanding of the basis of the national mvoement and its developemnt in the formative stages. About Author : Bipan Chandra was born in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. He was educated at Former Christian Colelge, Lahore, and at Standford University. He was professor of Modern History at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Contents : Preface The Poverty of India Industry I Industry II Foreign Trade Railways Tariffs Currency and exchange Labour Agriculture I, II, Public Fiancne I, II, The drain Indian Political Economy Economic Nationalism Bibliography Index
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B.A(History), B.A(Economics), B.A(Economics)
Indian Economic History
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