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‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’

The author of India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People on the many unpredictable ways in which India’s vibrant democracy is unravelling

‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’
Jitender Gupta
‘Now, Economic Change Will Drive Indian Politics’
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Patrick French’s forthcoming book, India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People, takes up the story of India where he left it in Liberty or Death, examining the many unpredictable ways in which India’s vibrant democracy is unravelling. Excerpts from an interview with Sheela Reddy.

So what is new in your portrait of  the emerging India?

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