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9780143066071 60ad0782f4c43e121716e670 Taking Sides https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0783f4c43e121716e6f9/9780143066071-us.jpg One of the biggest challenges facing India today is the question of reservation for the nation's minority communities. Although the Constitution of India affirms equal justice for all, the manner in which legislatures and courts operate often compromises justice in the name of political pragmatism. As a result, the voiceless and vulnerable members of society—Dalits, tribals, women and religious minorities—continue to be excluded and marginalized. Taking Sides outlines a credible roadmap to aid the quest for an inclusive and just society. Examining this churning debate from several points of view, Rudolf Heredia makes a persuasive argument for a justice premised on liberty, tempered by equality and moderated by fraternity—a justice beyond politics. 9780143066071
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  • ISBN: 9780143066071
  • Author: Rudolf C. Heredia
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 408
  • Format: Paperback
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One of the biggest challenges facing India today is the question of reservation for the nation's minority communities. Although the Constitution of India affirms equal justice for all, the manner in which legislatures and courts operate often compromises justice in the name of political pragmatism. As a result, the voiceless and vulnerable members of society—Dalits, tribals, women and religious minorities—continue to be excluded and marginalized. Taking Sides outlines a credible roadmap to aid the quest for an inclusive and just society. Examining this churning debate from several points of view, Rudolf Heredia makes a persuasive argument for a justice premised on liberty, tempered by equality and moderated by fraternity—a justice beyond politics.

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