The story of how India came to embrace a virulent form of Hindu nationalism isn’t just one of bigotry and state violence — it’s also about the failures of neoliberal development.
Saurav Sarkar is an assistant editor at Labor Notes and the editor of South Asia Labor Watch. He can be reached at [email protected]
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