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  1. Colonial Democracy : Electoral Systems 1919-1935. The Idea of Colonial Democracy The Nature of the functioning of Colonial Democracy

  2. Colonial Democracy : Electoral Systems 1919-1935. 3. Indian Political Response 4. Nationalist Pressure and the Culture of Democracy

  3. Colonial Democracy : Electoral Systems 1919-1935. • 5. Growing Communalism and the Limitations of Colonial Democracy. • 6. Voting With Feet: Agitations of the Excluded.

  4. The Idea of Colonial Democracy • Democratic Reforms and the Calculation of Colonial Governing Elites. • Morley- Minto Reforms 1909. • Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919 • Communal Award 1932 • The Government of India Act 1935

  5. The Nature of the Functioning of Colonial Democracy

  6. The Nature of the Functioning of Colonial Democracy

  7. Indian Political Response • 1. Nationalist Congress Response of P-C-P • 2. Liberal Response • 3. Muslim Response • 4. Reluctant Princely States

  8. Nationalist Pressure and the Culture of Democracy • 1. Democratization of the structure of the Congress Party and Institutionalization of Politics • 2. Strategies of Popular Mobilization and Politicization of the Social and Economic Grievances. • 3. Organization of Civil Society.

  9. Growing Communalism and the Limitations of Colonial Democracy. • 1. The meaning of the term ‘Communalism’. • 2. The institution of Separate Electorate and its Impact on the Indian Politics. • 3. Growing political polarization between ‘Hindu’ and ‘Muslim’ Organizations.

  10. Voting With Feet: Agitations of the Excluded. • 1. The Limited Electorate based on Property Qualifications • 2. Popular Movements and the Political System • 3. Grassroots Level Communal Violence • 4. Limited Mobilizations: Unpredictability of Mass Politics in South Asia.