The separate Muslim front in Indian politics was mainly led and supported by men from the United Provinces. This book examines the circumstances in which the separate Muslim front built up and crumbled away during the first period of effective separatist politics which ended in 1923, and then analyzes the different groups which at various times supported it. Francis Robinson's analysis of different Muslim political groupings is supported by over 130 short biographies which in themselves represent a substantial work of reference.
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Why some Indian Muslims under British rule should have organised politics on a communal basis is one of the most important problems in the history of the subcontinent.About the Author:
Francis Robinson is at University of London.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110195631269