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Lessons from history, but who cares

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Reviewed: 05-09-20

In the days of tall talks about digital India, development and self reliance, and when fake nationalism is used as a cover for all the mistakes of the ruling regime, this book sounds much more relevant. articles in this book were written during the early days of globalisation, when the inclusive development was there at least in the policy. But with growing divisiveness among people, propelled by the hate mongers, and systematic oppression of segments of people by law, we see the kind of negligence and corruption prevailing in the system till date. And mass media has gone much worse.

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