The impact of British rule over India has received considerable attention at the hands of the historian. But there remain important gaps in our knowledge of this impact.
These gaps are a result of the historian’s failure to discern a causal relationship between the values and objectives
of British administrators in India, and the changes stemming from the policies they pursued. In focussing attention on the principles which inspired British administrators, the historian has thrown a flood of...[Show more]
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