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I ndia, after as usual a few months tour. Mr. Keir Hardie, M.P., has written his, Mr. Ramsay Macdonald has written his. These have seen India through their spectacles of English Socialism and English Labour party. English Socialism and English Labour party have no place here in I ndia, though the Socialist and the Labourite would be only too glad to convert the world to his creed. Monsieur J. Chailly wrote in French his Administrative Problems of India (translated into English by Sir William Meyer, I.C.S.) after years of observation and study unlike Pagett, M.P., who has not as much time at his command as the laborious French Deputy Consul. An American came the other day and went round the country and he seemed to take in everything, but he gave out very little. Reticence was his cardinal point, but he may, for aught one knows, jump on us with his book on I ndia, sooner or later. Thus British India and British Indian Administration are fast becoming the perennial topic for book-writers, British politicians and statesmen of all shades of feeling and all schools of thought.
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