India: the Most Dangerous Decades

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India: the Most Dangerous Decades

By Selig S. Harrison
Princeton University Press, 1960
350 pp. $6.50

In this sober and somber discussion of India's political prospects Mr. Harrison examines the various points of stress--regional interest, caste problems, Communism. His conclusion is that "Indian nationalism will most probably survive at the price of a series of authoritarian political forms."

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