From Midnight to the Millennium

Book - 1997
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As India celebrates half a century of independence from British rule, Shashi Tharoor, the prize-winning author of The Great Indian Novel, conducts a searching examination of his India -- a land of unparalleled diversity and extraordinary challenges, described by the British historian E. P. Thompson as "the most important country for the future of the world". In a series of interlinked themes -- "bread versus freedom", "centralization versus federalism", "pluralism versus fundamentalism", and "globalization versus self-sufficiency" -- Shashi Tharoor explains why India stands on the cusp of the most crucial debates of our time, and why the way India resolves these debates will decide whether the twenty-first century will give us a world safe for diversity. Always engaging, often impassioned, India, My India shows once again the insight and flair that have placed Shashi Tharoor in the front rank of India's writers.
Publisher: New York : Arcade Publishing, c1997
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781559703840
Branch Call Number: 954/.04/Tha 359401 1
Characteristics: xiv, 392 p. : map


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