PAKISTAN: The Glory of the Moguls

"I can't imagine what sort of reception my husband will get in your country," said Liaquat Ali Khan's wife last week. "Americans will probably think he is Rita Hayworth's brother-in-law or perhaps a distant cousin of the Shah of Iran." Liaquat Ali Khan, the 54-year-old Prime Minister of Pakistan, due to arrive in Washington this week, is not related to any Oriental potentates, but his power and influence are far greater than those of any princeling in the Islamic world.

While Mohamed Ali Jinnah performed the pyrotechnics which achieved the separation of Pakistan as...

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