Democracy and the state: welfare, secularism, and development in contemporary India
This book examines the relationship between state, society and democracy in India over the last decade by exploring how the Indian state has fared vis-a-vis its three major goals in independent India: welfare, secularism and development. It provides a narrative which bridges the gap between political theory and empirical political analysis.
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Prolegomenon to a Theory of State Society
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