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" I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and experienced Indian officials is a belief that we can hold India securely by what they call good government ; that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot, strictly administering... "
A Sketch of the History of India from 1858 to 1918 - Page 215
de Henry Dodwell - 1925 - 326 pages
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The History of Lord Lytton's Indian Administration, 1876 to 1880

Lady Betty Balfour - 1899 - 716 pages
...May 11, he again enforces his view as to the importance of this appeal to sentiment. ' T am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...officials is a belief that we can hold India securely by I what they call good government ; that is to say, byj improving the condition of the ryot, strictly...
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India and Its Problems

William Samuel Lilly - 1902 - 354 pages
...Indian society have largely been effaced. I believe Lord Lytton was well advised when he wrote : " The fundamental political mistake of able and experienced...hold India securely by what they call good government ; that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot, strictly administering justice, spending...
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Personal & Literary Letters of Robert, First Earl of Lytton, Volume 2

Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of Lytton - 1906 - 482 pages
...Europe will advance and assist your course in Asia. To LORD SALISBURY. May 11, 1876. I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...hold India securely by what they call good government ; that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot, strictly administering justice, spending...
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Indian Problems

Siddha Mohana Mitra - 1908 - 440 pages
...Lytton again enforces his view as to the importance of this appeal to sentiment : ' I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...hold India securely by what they call good government — that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot [peasant], strictly administering justice,...
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The Emergence of Indian Nationalism: Competition and Collaboration in the ...

Anil Seal - 1968 - 440 pages
...political sagacity in the Indian civil service, and he told the Secretary of State : ' I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...India securely by what they call good government; that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot, strictly administering justice, spending immense...
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Nineteenth Century and After: A Monthly Review, Volume 62

1907 - 1052 pages
...enforced his view as to the importance of appeal to the sentiments of the Indian masses : I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...India securely by what they call good government; that is to say, by improving the condition of the ryot (peasant), strictly administering justice, spending...
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The Princes of India in the Endgame of Empire, 1917-1947

Ian Copland - 2002 - 322 pages
...'natural' leaders such as landlords, priests and brahmins. 'Politically speaking', opined Lord Lytton, 'the Indian peasantry is an inert mass. If it ever moves at all, it will move, not in obedience to its British benefactors, but to its native chiefs and princes however 15 Lord Minto...
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The Lion and the Tiger: The Rise and Fall of the British Raj, 1600-1947

Denis Judd - 2004 - 290 pages
...Lytron put his finger on this quandary in 1877 when he said: IOZ I am convinced that the fundamental mistake of able and experienced Indian officials is...India securely by what they call good government; that is to say, by improving the condition of the peasant, strictly administering justice, spending...
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The Cambridge History of India

1928 - 692 pages
...moments of true insight which from time to time visited him, he wrote to Lord Salisbury, I am convinced that the fundamental political mistake of able and...India securely by what they call good government. . . . Look at the mistake which Austria made in the government of her Italian provinces. They were...
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Partners of British Rule: Liberators Or Collaborators?

Mohinder Singh Pannu - 2006 - 604 pages
...necessary to their very existence as the ruling power. 14. The fundamental mistake of able and experience Indian officials is a belief that we can hold India securely by what they call good Government, that is to say, by improving the condition of the peasant, strictly administering justice, spending...
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