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. .' . ?' . . ' . 'I am sorry for the delay. ?” . IV . : . . ?' .' . ' ' . . .” . .' . . . . . . . . .' . . ' . ' .” ' . . .

to which India was the key . . . .' .and the international balance of payments of Britain hinged on the payments surplus that India provided. . .' ' . when anything up to 60 per cent of British cotton export went to India and the FarEast. This was never greater at this time. . The Age of the Empire India was the 'brightest jewel in the imperial crown ' and the core of British Strategic thinking precisely because of her very real importance to the British Economy. “ “ . . . . . .40-45 percent went to India alone .” ? . . . ?” . . . Eric Hobsbawm . . ?” . “45 . . . . .” .

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. .. . . passion for others that was supreme.F. . . : (In Gandhi) it was . C.