Deepening Democracy: Challenges of Governance and Globalization in India
This multi-disciplinary and comprehensive collection of essays on the society and politics of India in the 1990s covers the relationship between the state and civil society, the effect of economic policies on the Indian people, the role of politics in cultural matters, and some of the prevailing political themes of the decade.
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