India's Political Administrators 1919-1983
This book examines how the British ruled India and why the colonial adminstrative structures they initiated are still prevalent in India today. Studying the Indian Civil Service and its successor, the Indian Administrative Service, and drawing on reminiscences of the men and women who served in them as well as previously unpublished documents, Potter explains how state forms are reproduced through time despite political changes in their environment.
Specifications of India's Political Administrators 1919-1983
|Author||David C. Potter|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||350|
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