This is a compendious volume on the principles of political theory and organisation, especially meant for the first year law students of the five-year degree course. It unravels the growth of liberalism and Marxist thought in India. The Hindu and Islamic conceptions of the State have been dealt with. The pithy narration of theories and the critical tenor of the book make it indispensable for understanding the fundamental principles of political theory and organisation. The succulent presentation of ideologies in modern India is an added attraction of this book.
Indian Journal of Political Science The style is simple but cogent and effective and the authors have succeeded in explaining even the complex theories in a meaningful manner. The book is well-written and succeeds in coalescing together relevant political theories and organisations in a manner which a first year student of law will find easy to read and grasp.
Review Projector The treatment of the subject matter is very simple, clear and easily intelligible.
Pioneer, Lucknow: It is a must for all law students of five year degree course.