University of Iowa Studies in the Social Sciences Volume 5

University of Iowa Studies in the Social Sciences Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...the sands of the seashore. India is seething with sedition. That, in plain English, is the gist of the matter. In Indian phraseology the voice of patriotism is abroad."--Nineteenth Century, December, 1908, Vol. 64, p. 941. 404. Goodnow's Comparative Administrative Law, Vol. TI, p. 11. 405. Lord Curzon in his sixth budget speech (Legislative Council at Calcutta, March 30, 1904) openly stated that "the highest ranks of civil employment in India, those in the Imperial Civil Service, though open to such Indians as can proceed to England and pass the requisite tests, must, nevertheless, as a general rule, be held by Englishmen'.--Lord Curzon in India, p. 143. 406. Dadabhai Naoroji's Condition of India, p. 55. 407. Burgess' Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law, Vol. I, p. 89. 408. Bluntschli's The Theory of the State, pp. 320, 321. 409. Willoughby's An Examination of the Nature of the State, pp. 344, 345. 410. Mazumdar's Indian National Evolution, Appendix A; The Cambridge Modern History, Vol. XII, p. 494; The Indian National Congress, p. 5. 411. Cotton's The New Spirit in India in the North American Review, Vol. 183. p. 993. 412. Mody's The Political Future of India, p. 79. 413. See Dr. Rash Behari Ghose's Presidential Address at the Twentythird Indian National Congress, 1907. 414. Mody's The Political Future of India, pp. 57, 58. 415. Nevinson's The New Spirit in India, p. 223. 416. Speech at Sterling, November 23, 1905.--Quoted in Mr. Dadabhai Naoroji's Presidential Address, 1906, in The Indian National Congress, p. 885. 417. Even so hostile a critic as Lord Curzon once said: "Powerful empires existed and flourished in India while the Englishmen were still wandering painted in the woods. India has left a more

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