1. A. Appadorai (1968). The Substance of Politics. London, Oxford U.P..
    This is a well-integrated and comprehensive textbook of political science primarily meant for undergraduate students of Indian universities. The book is critical as well as factual and presents a consistent thesis that the state exists for the benefit of the individual and not the individual for the State. It should be of great help to students, teachers and the general reader who is interested in a well-written and modern introduction to politics.
     
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  2. A. Appadorai (2001). The Substance of Politics. OUP India.
    This is a well-integrated and comprehensive textbook of political science primarily meant for undergraduate students of Indian universities. The book is critical as well as factual and presents a consistent thesis that the state exists for the benefit of the individual and not the individual for the State. It should be of great help to students, teachers and the general reader who is interested in a well-written and modern introduction to politics.
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  3. Mary C. Carras & A. Appadorai (1975). Indian Political Thinking in the Twentieth Century - From Naoroji to Nehru. An Introductory Survey. Journal of the American Oriental Society 95 (1):163.
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