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What If Jinnah Had Won?

Ashutosh Varshney in the Indian Express examines the counter-factual and the claims of Nehru's critics:

The current debate over partition is radically incomplete. The debate has been framed around Jinnah’s desire for a federal but undivided India, in which the states would have been more powerful than Delhi. In contrast, Nehru’s preference is said to be for a centralised polity, with Delhi given more powers than the states. It has been argued that the latter was responsible for India’s partition.

Really?

What If Jinnah Had Won?
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Ashutosh Varshney in the Indian Express examines the counter-factual and the claims of Nehru's critics:

The current debate over partition is radically incomplete. The debate has been framed around Jinnah’s desire for a federal but undivided India, in which the states would have been more powerful than Delhi. In contrast, Nehru’s preference is said to be for a centralised polity, with Delhi given more powers than the states. It has been argued that the latter was responsible for India’s partition.

Really?

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