Affirmation Without Reservation

Affirmation Without Reservation

Economic & Political Weekly, 3 June 2004

The discourse based on reservations has attuned the political class to thinking about the welfare of marginalised communities almost on a single and not very productive dimension and has made political action for common problems difficult. It would be a tragedy if modern India became a project, not for transcending caste, but perpetuating it.

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