Structural Change

Structural Change


Mention two major factors kept in minds for the benefit of the British tea planters by the colonial administrators.


(i) Significantly the colonial administrators were clear that harsh measures were taken against the labourers to make sure the benefits to the planters.

(ii) They were also fully aware that the laws of a colonised country did not have to stick to the democratic norms that the British back home had to follow in Britain.

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