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Author Keith, Arthur Berriedale, 1879-1944, author.

Title A constitutional history of India, 1600-1935 / Arthur Berriedale Keith
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
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Description 1 online resource
Series Routledge library editions. British in India ; Volume 5
Routledge library editions. British in India ; v. 5
Contents Ch. 1. The company before Plassey : its constitution, relation to the Indian states, and the administration of its settlements and territories -- ch. 2. The Diwani, the exploitation of Bengal, Dyarchy -- ch. 3. The intervention of parliament, North's regulating act, and Warren Hastings -- ch. 4. The establishment of organized administration : Pitt's act and Cornwallis -- ch. 5. The supremacy of the company in India and the charter acts of 1813-53 -- ch. 6. The direct rule of the queen empress; the golden age of bureaucracy -- ch. 7. Political unrest, the Minto-Morley reforms, and the New Delhi -- ch. 8. The war and constitutional reform; The Montagu-Chelmsford scheme -- ch. 9. The operation of the reforms, the report of the Simon commission, and the round table conference -- ch. 10. Federalism and responsible government under the government of India act 1935 -- ch. 11. Dominion status; The place of India in the commonwealth -- ch. 12. The acts of 1935 in operation
Notes Includes index
Reprint. Originally published: 2nd ed. London : Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1937
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Subject Constitutional history -- India
Constitutional history.
LAW -- Constitutional.
LAW -- Public.
Politics and government.
India -- Politics and government
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1315269341