On the life and role of Mahomed Ali Jinnah, 1876-1948, Pakistani Statesman in the run up to Pakistan movement against India. This book analyses the development of Jinnah's relationship with India's Muslims from his entry into politics until 1934. It seeks to establish that a dominant view of Jinnah--namely that he was an ambassador of Hindu Muslim unity in the 1920s who became a communalist in the 1940s--is far from the truth.
|Place of Publication||New Delhi|
|Number of pages||269|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|