The Communal Edge to Plural Societies, India and Malaysia
To many communalism is a natural result of people being 'different' from each other. However, in looking at the way this scourge has developed in India and Malaysia, Naidu shows, through both fieldwork results and published sources, how often class comes into play in stoking such unrest. She argues that the mix of class and communalism can only impede development. In this work she unpicks how this mix works in both India and Malaysia and looks for some ways out of the mess. 173 pages. The contents include
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Vikas, Sahibabad, UP, India 1980.
Condition: Very Good. Hardback. The dust jacket has suffered from a little bit of shelf wear and has a coupleof small tears. A previous owner's name is inked on the inside front cover.