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Industrialisation for the People, by the People, of the People

Those who oppose the current pattern of high growth are often branded as anti-development. In this article two well-known dissenters state why they oppose the present mode of industrialisation in India and set out an alternative path, starting with a few practical steps.

Industrialisation for the People, by the People, of the People

even to later experiences like South Korea, China, etc, which are transforming faster. In contrast, India is a poor country where people have democratic rights, though the institutions that are necessary to secure those rights malfunction. It is essential to strengthen and expand these rights,

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