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Dimensions of Federalism

"ectors, not just land reforms or other asset redistribution. For instance, how about persuading borrowers to adhere to the code of repayment a necessary condition for the institution of credit? Or. students to respect the assessment of their capability made by their teachers a necessary condition for the institution of education? And as for the rich, their acquisitiveness can be a basis of development, if only the requisite economic policies are pursued and allowed to be pursued by those who cannot escape the stereotypes of a bygone era! For the purpose of the discussion in his chapter. Patnaik defines Left in a loose sense to mean "a position that understood the necessity of redistributing assets and incomes "ETHNIC conflict has been a persistent feature of modernity.'' In the last few years, "there has been an ethnic explosion world over". But ethnic movements cannot be suppressed. Suppression "has often proved counterproductive''. Nor can the problem or satisfying ethnic aspirations "be solved either through assimilation or by granting them independence". Hence "federalism is [the only] technique of integration''.

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