Grass-Roots Democracy in India and China: The Right To Participate
Manoranjan Mohanty, George Mathew, Richard Baum, Rong Ma
SAGE Publications, Jan 12, 2007 - Political Science - 500 pages
Both India and China have experienced economic changes that have generated new challenges for local institutions. This volume closely studies the resultant grass-roots political experiences in these countries from an interdisciplinary perspective. It examines the process of democratization and highlights the growing demands for participation and the complex power structures interjecting them.
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