Strangers in India

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Strangers in India

By Penderel Moon
Reynal, 1945
184 pp. $2.00

The author is persuaded that India should receive her independence as soon as the present war ends. He does not regard Pakistan as unfeasible nor the major Indian States as without a function to fulfill in a free India. He tackles the pressing questions of the country's poverty, low production, rapid growth of population with vigor and courage, if not always with convincing success.

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