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Dhan Gopal Mukerji • 26 Items / 18 Books, 5 Articles, 2 Poems
Disillusioned India (1930)
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (Review)
    Disillusioned India, by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
    1. Disillusioned India by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
    American Political Science Review, August 1931, p. 784
  2. Winter Book Section
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    Voiceless India (10 Reviews)
    Voiceless India, by Gertrude Emerson
    1. Voiceless India by Gertrude Emerson
    2. A Marriage to India by Frieda M. Hauswirth Das
    3. The Power of India by Michael Pym
    4. Disillusioned India by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
    5. Reconstructing India by Edward J. Thompson
    6. Must England Lose India? by Arthur Carr Osburn
    7. The Dilemma in India by Reginald H. Craddock
    8. India and the Simon Report by C.F. Andrews
    9. The Case for India by William J. Durant
    10. Mahatma Gandhi: His Own Story by C.F. Andrews and Mahatma Gandhi
    The New Republic, December 10, 1930, pp. 106-107
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The British Commonwealth of Nations
    1. Economic Prosperity in the British Empire by Stephen Leacock
    2. Philip Snowden by Andreas Michael Andreades
    3. Impressions and Recollections by Frank P. Crozier
    4. The Failure of Federalism in Australia by Arthur P. Canaway
    5. India and the Simon Report by John A. Simon
    6. India and the Simon Report by C.F. Andrews
    7. The Growth and Development of National Thought in India by Nath Topa Ishwara
    8. Reconstructing India by Edward J. Thompson
    9. Disillusioned India by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
    10. Indian States and British India by Gurmukh Nihal Singh
    11. Population Problem of India by Bhalchandra T. Ranadive
    Foreign Affairs, January 1931, p. 363