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Letters on Imperial relations, Indian reform, constitutional and international law 1916-1935

A. B. Keith

Letters on Imperial relations, Indian reform, constitutional and international law 1916-1935

by A. B. Keith

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Published by O.U.P. .
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Indian Reform, Constitutional and International Law. It deals a coup de grace to the doctrine (which still haunts the Indian judiciary) that international law, which the Indian courts ought to understand and apply, is the same as propounded by English courts.

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