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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55043
Doc. No:TL24997
Call number:‭1481419‬
Main Entry:Sunil Tahiliani
Title & Author:Unity or division? Mohammad Ali Jinnah's evolving motivations throughout India's struggle for independence & the Pakistan movementSunil Tahiliani
College:California State University, Dominguez Hills
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:86
Abstract:Muhammad Ali Jinnah, founder of Pakistan, was driven by an array of motivations for pressing the Pakistan demand. As venerated in Pakistan as he is despised in India today, Jinnah was often mischaracterized and misunderstood. This paper seeks to identify his changing rationale and readjusting motivations, which may be traced throughout the decades long struggle of Indian independence in the earlier twentieth century to the eventual emergence of two separate and distinct nation states in 1947. The inception of Pakistan remains relevant as a case study in state formation, an example of the denouement from a political thrust which trumped natural, progressive development of national self identity. This study makes use of primary sources such as personal letters, speeches, statements and legislative records, in addition to secondary sources pertaining to Indian and British politics within the former Indian subcontinent region.
Subject:Social sciences; Biographies; History; Modern history; 0304:Biographies; 0332:History; 0582:Modern history
Added Entry:R. I. Anuakan
Added Entry:California State University, Dominguez Hills