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Harking Back to the Past

JAITHIRTH RAO When an intellectual giant like Amartya Sen and an eminent historian like Ramachandra Guha are engaged in a polemical dialogue, it would appear to be the height of conceit and foolishness for a layman to intervene. And yet, it seems to me that a lay input is not out of place. I must announce at the outset that on balance, in the controversy I am on Guha

Harking Back to the Past

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