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The Road to Despotism

  • Kalim Siddiqui

Abstract

The people of Pakistan awoke to greet the dawn of freedom only to be confronted with the thick black clouds of communal fury, wholesale extermination of the Muslims in East Punjab, and social disruption and economic destitution of many millions of men, women and children. For a people who were determined not to allow these menacing storms to wreck the ship of State at its launching, no sacrifice appeared too great.

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Armed Force Army Officer Defence Expenditure Civil Authority Provincial Governor 
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Notes

  1. 8.
    Khan, Ayub, Friends Not Masters (Oxford University Press, 1967) p. 39.Google Scholar
  2. 10.
    Stephens, Ian, Pakistan (Pelican Books, 1964) pp. 249–50.Google Scholar
  3. 27.
    Williams, L. F. Rushbrook, The State of Pakistan (Faber, 1966 ), p. 156.Google Scholar

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© Kalim Siddiqui 1972

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