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Contents
PREFACE
PART I – The work of the commission
Chapter I : Linguism and nothing else
Chapter 2 :  Linguism in excelsis

PART II – THE LIMITATIONS OF LINGUISM
Chapter III :  The pros and cons of a linguistic state
Chapter IV :  Must there be one state for one language ?
Chapter V :  The north versus the south

PART III – SOLUTION
Chapter VI : The division of the north
Chapter VII : The problems of Maharashtra
Chapter VIII :  Summary of principles covering the issue

PART IV  –  THE PROBLEMS OF LINGUISTIC STATES
Chapter IX : Viability
Chapter X : Majorities and minorities

PART V – THE NEED FOR A SECOND CAPITAL
Chapter XI :   India and the necessity of a second capital a way to remove tension between the north and the south

PART VI – MAPS

PART VII  – SATISTICAL APPENDICES
Appendix I : Population by Linguistic Families
Appendix II : Area and Population of States of United States of America
Appendix III : The population of the Bombay City according to the Communities
Appendix IV : Provincial/State Revenue
Appendix V  : Budgetary Position of the  States on Revenue Account
Appendix VI  : Budgetary Position of the States on Revenue Account
Appendix VII  : Central Revenues (Selected Years)
Appendix VIII  : Population  of the Indian Union by Communities
Appendix IX  : Statistics of Chief Castes
Appendix X  :  Relative Population of Different Communities

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