An excellent piece of writing

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"This lock-and-step synchrony between the long-run failure of Nehruvian politics, the eruption of the economic crisis in 1990-91, and the rise of the Hindu rightwing is so striking that we might as well repurpose Stuart Hall’s famous dictum on race and capital, and offer the following proposition:

Hindu nationalism is the modality in which the crisis of postcolonial capitalism is lived."

thenewinquiry.com/blog/first-a

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