Unfinished revolution: a political biography of Jayaprakash Narayan
After Gandhi nobody has influenced modern Indian political thought and action as much as Jayaprakash Narayan. Both stood out against the materialistic current of the times by insisting on politics with a moral base, a stand evoking popular response but not appreciated by professional politicians.
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