Hutton, Henry Dix. 'Tenures and land legislation in British India'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. V Part XXXVII, 1869/1870, pp152-158
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. V Part XXXVII 1869/1870
The Irish land question verifies a twofold truth. Every social movement
grows out of an antecedent intellectual progress, yet the results
of solitary thought gain both in depth and interest by becoming
instrumental to the solution of great problems. The impossibility,
now recognized, of reforming the relation of landlord and
tenant in Ireland by the English system, or economic laissez-faire,
has promoted the search after enlarged conceptions in the study of
foreign land-systems, and a genuine social philosophy. In this view,
and not as suggesting slavish imitation, I invite your attention to the
ancient tenures and modern land legislation of British India.
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