Published 22 years after his death, it discloses no secrets, washes no dirty linen, and breaks no idols. Not a participant's account, but a scholarly narrative of the dealings of the Congress in the 1920s-1940s.
Long back, one Sir Frederick Upcott had proclaimed his readiness to
eat every pound of steel rails that Jamsetji Tata could produce. That
was then. Tatas acquiring Corus proclaims the end of Europe's economic
domination of the world.