Economic & foreign affairs
This Is A 2 Volume Set. Volume I Brings Together The Editorials In Chandrashekhar`S Young Indian Weekly For A Period Of Nearly 30 Years From 1971-2001 Covers Topics Relating To Political Events In The Concerned Period. Volume Ii Is An Anthology Of His Editorial Views In The Same Journal And Covers Economic Issues And Foreign Affairs.
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June 10 1971
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