DOI:10.3366/brw.2012.0059
Corpus ID: 153237366
Recovering Liberties: Indian Thought in the Age of Liberalism and Empire
C. Bayly
Published 29 December 2011

Political Science, History
Preface Introduction: the meanings of liberalism in colonial India 1. The social and intellectual contexts of early Indian liberalism, c.1750-1840 2. The advent of liberal thought in India… Expand
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