Neoliberalism and Hindutva; Fascism, Free Markets and the Restructuring of Indian Capitalism (Radical Notes - 2)
Author(s) : Shankar Gopalakrishnan ,
Region : World | Language : English | Product Binding : Paper Back | Year : 2009
ISBN : 978-81-89833-80-0
INR : 50.00
This essay shows how for reasons specific to Indian capitalism at the present juncture, the political projects of Hindutva and neoliberalism share certain socio-political agenda. This shared agenda extends at times to a tactical alliance of the two, where both seek to exploit their “common ground” in order to achieve a restructuring of the Indian polity. Moreover, this alliance has already had a considerable impact on large parts of the discursive and political landscape of India—an impact that has not yet been seriously challenged.
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