The book examines and explains Pakistan's historical and modern setting, current discontent, controlling powers, political leadership, poverty and unemployment, ways of increasing wealth, religious intolerance, the powerlessness of the people, deteriorating law and order, ethnic strife, corruption, relations with neighbors and the West, national defense and options for change.
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Memon, Ali Nawaz
362 pp with selected bibliography and index
Amana Publications; 1st edition (1996)
15 x 23 cm
Pakistan - Political History and Society - 20th Century
The author presents a manifesto for change and offers recommendations for making Pakistan a country in which citizens acknowledge, glorify and benefit from their diversity while uniting on the broader interests of its people and the Muslim Ummah at large.