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A Despotism Of Law-Crime & Justice In Early Colonial India...
A Despotism Of Law-Crime & Justice In Early Colonial India
 
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Author : Radhika Singha
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN# : 019565311-4
Pages : 342
Price :INR 225
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This book explores the emergence of colonial criminal law against the backdrop of the British conquest and pacification of north India. criminal justice is examined as an ideological and cultural enterprise in which the East India company sought to communicate new notions of sovereign right. Central to this enterprise was the claim that legitimate violence was the sole prerogative of the state, an assertion that brought colonial law into conflict with the competing claims of religious, patriarchal and paternal authority.
 
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