Ahmedabad: Harold Laski Institute of Political Science, 1963. Book. Fine. Soft cover. Publication No. 55 of the Harold Laski Institute. First Edition. 29pp. 8vo/21.5cm. Printed wrappers, light soil, internally fine. The Harold Laski Institute was founded in 1954 as an educational and non-partisan body to encourage and facilitate the scientific study of political questions and problems. Harold Laski ( 1893-1950) was a political theorist at the LSE and a leading British intellectual of the twentieth century..
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1961. Book. Fine. Hardcover. Third Impression (1956). vii, 235, [i] list pp, Postscript (from 2nd Edition of 1959), index. 8vo/22.5cm. Green cloth, silver lettering, shelf wear only, in lightly rubbed dj with one bumped corner, internally fine. An examination of the re-orientation of India's post-Partition education system by the man who was largely responsible for it. Humayun Kabir (1906-1969), a Bengali poet, educator and philosopher, was at the time of writing in 1956 Educational Advisor to the Government of India and as such a key architect of the re-orientation..