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In 1940 the All-India Muslim League orchestrated the demand for independent Muslim states in India. Seven years later Pakistan was created amidst a communal holocaust of unprecedented proportions. Concentrating on the All-India Muslim League and its leader, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, The Sole Spokesman assesses the role of religious communalism and provincialism in shaping the movement for Pakistan.

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‘Jalal’s monograph is an important contribution which no student of modern South Asia can ignore. The central theme is original, provocative, stimulating and in places quite exhilarating …’

Source: The Times Higher Education Supplement

‘The strength of Jalal’s work is her forthright repudiation of the historicist assumption that because an independent Pakistan came into existence such a state was intended by Jinnah as he campaigned for ‘Pakistan’ from 1940–1947.’

Source: The American Historical Review

‘Ayesha Jalal’s is a well researched, well written and more or less dispassionate study of the factors leading to the creation of Pakistan - indeed India’s Partition.’

Source: The Economic Times (Bombay)

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