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Kewal Motwani • 2 Books
India Can Lead (1946)
The Role of Sociology and Social Sciences in National Planning
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. The Purpose of Disarmament by Quintin Hogg
    2. Fascism Inside England by Frederic Mullally
    3. Statesmen and Sea Power by Herbert W. Richmond
    4. The British People, 1746-1946 by G.D.H. Cole and Raymond W. Postgate
    5. Democracy Alive by Richard Stafford Cripps
    6. Labor Conditions in Great Britain, 1750 to the Present by Jurgen Kuczynski
    7. The Trial of William Joyce by John William Hall and William Joyce
    8. Thunderbolts by J.F.C. Fuller
    9. Scotland's Record by W.M. Ballantine
    10. Montgomery: A Biography by Alan Moorehead
    11. Short Journey by E.L. Woodward
    12. The British Empire, 1800 to the Present Day by Jurgen Kuczynski
    13. Missing from the Record by Richard S. Malone
    14. Canadian Agricultural Policy by Vernon C. Fowke
    15. Newfoundland: Economic, Diplomatic, and Strategic Studies by Robert Alexander MacKay
    16. India's Foreign Policy by Iqbal Singh
    17. What Congress and Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables by Bhimrao R. Ambedkar
    18. Europe Looks at India by Alex Aronson
    19. India Can Lead by Kewal Motwani
    20. Good-Bye India by Henry Sharp
    Foreign Affairs, October 1947, pp. 229-230