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To avail special price for the residents of Bangladesh, please register or sign in. First Published: No. This is a book written by a head of state and head of government when in office and first published in It is at once an autobiography of former President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan, and also a description of the major events in the history of Pakistan in which the author participated, and of the problems which the country continue to faces.

President Ayub describes his village upbringing in the northwest of undivided India, his years at Aligarh University and Sandhurst in England, and his service in the British-Indian army before and during the Second World War. With the partition of the subcontinent in and the creation of Pakistan, the author's subject-matter widens to cover the political and military problems he had to deal with as a senior military officer.

The major part of the book describes the so-called revolution of , the reforms which the author introduced, and Pakistan's attitude towards India, her other neighbors, and the great powers during his tenure.

Of special importance are the chapters on foreign policy explaining the author's reaction to increasing Indian military capability after the Indo-Chinese clashes of Ayub Khan gives details of his meetings with Mr.

Nehru, President Kennedy, and Mr. The book includes 33 halftone illustrations showing President Ayub and places, events, and people of importance in his career.

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Friends Not Masters: A Political Autobiography

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In the reviewer's opinion, this autobiography of Mohammed Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, is an engaging, exhortative, and passionate statement of the way he sees himself, his enemies, and Pakistan's future. The central thesis is that the coup d'etat of was the result of a combination of parliamentary government, unstable multi-party coalition cabinets, and a federal system that produced dissonance and confusion. The portions of the book dealing with foreign relations and enemies of modernization make major political and intellectual contributions to our knowledge. The paper was a product of the RAND Corporation from to that captured speeches, memorials, and derivative research, usually prepared on authors' own time and meant to be the scholarly or scientific contribution of individual authors to their professional fields.

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It is at once an autobiography of President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan, and also a description of the major events in the history of Pakistan in which the author has participated, and of the problems which the country has so far faced. President Ayub describes his village upbringing in the northwest of undivided India, his years at Aligarh University and Sandhurst in England, and his service in the British-Indian army before and during the Second World War. The major part of the book describes the revolution of , the reforms which the author introduced, and Pakistan's attitude towards India, her other neighbors, and the great powers. Of special importance are the chapters on foreign policy explaining the author's reaction to increasing Indian military capability after the Indo-Chinese clashes of

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