An undue thirst after gain : foundations of the Anglo-Indian empire, 1659-1760
This essay is intended as a contribution to the debate on "imperialism". More particularly it is an exploration into the nature of the relationship between England and India between l658 .and 1760. It examines the commercial interpenetration by a European group of an aspect of Asian life, and concludes that there was an increasing infringement of traditional sovereignties in the South-Asian subcontinent. This infringement was the consequence of conditions in the subcontinent -which...[Show more]
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