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The Private Origins of a Public Ethic

In India traditional primary group obligations have been peculiarly compelling. Countervailing obligations to civic virtue or public law have relatively little support in the traditional norms and institutions. To establish the idea of public obligations in this setting was a task of considerable proportions.

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