Pakistan Under Bhutto, 1971-1977
This Book Explains Economic And Political Decision-Making During The 1971-77 Period Of Pakistan`S History, When The Country`S Politiical Scene Was Dominated By One Individual; Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The Author Argues That, Unlike His Predecessors, Bhutto`S Actions Were Motivatedd By The Interests Of The Groups Prominent. Without Dustjacket. Spine Slightly Nicked At The Bottom.
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