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The Reserved Constituency-Candidates and Consequences

Candidates and Consequences Satish Saberwal Proceeding from the premise that inequalities in contemporary India are far greater than defensible, this paper assesses the Reserved Constituency for the Scheduled Castes as a mechanism for abridging these inequalities. The argument is based on field data from a Punjabi industrial town and concerns political processes in the sixties.



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