The Indian Problem

  title={The Indian Problem},
  author={N. Dyck},
  • N. Dyck
  • Published 1932
  • Political Science
  • Nature
IT is difficult to resist the conclusion that had the Indian problem been approached at the very outset by the methods familiar to the man of science, one of the first tasks would have been a careful study of the literature of the subject and particularly of the results already obtained from the experiments in the art of ruling which have been made in other countries. This procedure, however, does not appear to have been followed. Even the Commission which recently worked under the able… Expand
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