Planning for Pakistan: The Planning Committee of the All-India Muslism League 1943–46

@article{Talbot1994PlanningFP,
  title={Planning for Pakistan: The Planning Committee of the All-India Muslism League 1943–46},
  author={Ian Talbot},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={1994},
  volume={28},
  pages={875 - 889}
}
  • I. Talbot
  • Published 1 October 1994
  • Economics
  • Modern Asian Studies
Most studies have concentrated on the Muslim League's political activities and objectives. It is generally believed that it lacked a distinctive economic programme and unequivocally favoured private enterprise. The radical economic ideas produced by its Punjab and Bengal branches are attributed to a handful of activists who received short shrift from the High Command. The League's stance is thus contrasted with the Congress which addressed economic issues from a largely Socialist perpective. 
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