The Nation, the State, and Indian Identity
Madhusree Dutta, Flavia, Neera Adarkar
Popular Prakashan, 1996 - History - 206 pages
The Book Suggests That We Should Focus On Identity Which Would Help Us Tackle The Divisive, Often Violent Strands Of Our Society In The Context Of Pressing Moral Crisis Of Democracy And Secularism. The Editors Have Provided A Valuable Forum For The Ordinary Concerned Citizen Who Aspires For A More Just Society.
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