Saturday, April 22, 2006


I stumbled across this while doing research for my Philosophy Professor overlord boss.

Chndran Kukathas, "Cultural Rights Again: A Rejoinder to Kymlica," Political Theory 20 (Nov. 1992): 674-680
In the early 1950s, social scientists began a comprehensive poll of Indian villages to determine how many were aware that British rule had ended in 1947. The survey was abandoned when it was discovered that most villagers did not know the British had arrived (680 n.1).

That tickles me.

1 comment:

Isaac said...

That's awesome.