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Jawaharlal Nehru & The Cripps Mission

V.T. Patil (Author)
Synopsis The book is an intensive study of Jawaharlal Nehru’s role in the negotiations with the Cripps Mission which visited India in the critical year of 1942. Chiefly based on an interview and extensive examination of official records, papers and documents the book not only explains what constituted the ‘Cripps Offer’ but also says why the offer was rejected by the Indian National Congress and highlights the specific role or Nehru. The author’s analysis is neither biased noa partial but objective and cogently argued. Wherever necessary, appropriate citations from primary sources have been provided and yet the book is not larded with one too many quotations which often distract the attention of the book. Divided into five chapters, this book focuses attention on different dimensions of the political problems in India at the time of Cripss Mission and Nehru’s role in the negotiations.
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About the author

V.T. Patil

Dr. V.T. Patil currently Reader in Political Science, Karnataka University, Dharwad and Honorary Director, Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Political Studies, is a brilliant scholar and has distinguished academic career. Author of numerous research papers and reviews which have appeared in learned journals like The Indian Journal of Political Science, Gandhi Marg, The Journal of Karnataka University (Social Science, Dr. Patil has various books to his credit. Among his books mention may be made of Nehru and the Freedom Movement, Studies on Gandhi, and A Case Study of a Town Panchayat in Dharwad District.

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Title Jawaharlal Nehru & The Cripps Mission
Author V.T. Patil
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1984
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length viii+132p., Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23 cm.