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Hans Bakker

. In other words, the feeling of 'community' arose also within the Hindu population, stimulated, among other things, by the regularly recurrent conflicts around the spot of Rama's birth, the Babri Masjid. An additional factor was that in accordance with British colonial policy the Hindus were now

Jeffrey T. Kenney

. British colonial policies, which fostered native dependence and weakness, thwarted attempts by Egyptians to grow industries, improve education, and implement self-rule. Moreover, exposure to Western values, education, and lifestyles had created a crisis of cultural orientation that sometimes pitted a