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Title Consititutional Problem in India Part 3
Description Although India got its independence in 1947, the seeds of movement for India's independence were sown as early as 1857. Since then, independence movement kept gaining speed dispute all the impediments. This report by Oxford University scholar analyses in great detail the history of India's freedom movement and the major developments in the first four decades of twentieth century. The report takes stock of the communal situation, the ability of to Indians to govern themselves, the distrust between the Hindus and the Muslims, several political reforms and pacts. Finally, it predicts and hopes that Indians like the people of Great Britain and America would rise to the occasion and be able to unite themselves and its leaders will show qualities of statesmanship to take over the governance of their country. The report is quite analytical, exhaustive, and based on international political and historical precedents
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