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Sons and Daughters

In the short history of Indian democracy, "familocracy" has long established precedents. But familocracy, as revealed by the Karnataka crisis, sparked off by moves made by Kumaraswamy, Deve Gowda's son, appears little different from political opportunism.

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because their power and positions lie within their parties.

Sons and Daughters

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