Thomas Munro: The Origins Of The Colonial State And His Vision Of Empire

Thomas Munro The Origins Of The Colonial State And His Vision Of Empire Thomas Munro was among the most important of a handful of British thinker administrators who shaped imperial rule in India in the early nineteenth century He was the creator of the revenue and adminis

  • Title: Thomas Munro: The Origins Of The Colonial State And His Vision Of Empire
  • Author: Burton Stein
  • ISBN: 9780195623314
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Thomas Munro was among the most important of a handful of British thinker administrators who shaped imperial rule in India in the early nineteenth century He was the creator of the revenue and administrative system of two vast territories that were controlled by colonial authority from Madras and Bombay This intellectual biography of Munro draws for the first time on theThomas Munro was among the most important of a handful of British thinker administrators who shaped imperial rule in India in the early nineteenth century He was the creator of the revenue and administrative system of two vast territories that were controlled by colonial authority from Madras and Bombay This intellectual biography of Munro draws for the first time on the full range of Munro Papers, assesses Munro s historical assumptions and assertions, and reveals Munro s network of personal relations with the British intellectual and political aristocracy that collectively shaped Britain s policy in India.

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