Indian Nationalism and the Early Congress

John McLane
Princeton University Press
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"McLane's book does not try to do all things, and thereby does considerably more than most. He keeps his primary objective clearly before his readers: the study of one institution, the Indian National Congress, in its first twenty years. It was a significant but limited institution, a frog that croaked once a year, to paraphrase Tilak." Broomfield, J.H. "Book Review." The Journal of Asian Studies 39.2 (1980): 396-97.