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An End to Confrontation - B G Verghese

An End to Confrontation
(Bhutto's Pakistan)
Restructuring The Sub-Continent

B G Verghese

1972 Edition

S. Chand & Co





The interview with Mr. Bhutto in Rawalpindi was taped and has been edited for publication, omitting certain portions relating to internal developments in Pakistan not germane to the main theme of this volume.
 - from the Preface





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