The Political Economy of the Raj, 1914-1947: The Economics of Decolonization in India
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"...Tomlinson's book, a stimulating study of the changes British imperial relations with India were forced to undergo after 1913, continues his contribution. It is a story written from the metropolitan point of view with much of what went on in India taken for granted. Tomlinson, however, makes it clear that the rising political consciousness extracted resources and contributed to the narrowing of imperial alternatives..." Morris, David. "Book Review." The Journal of Asian Studies 21.2 (1982): 405.