His first book, Butter Chicken in Ludhiana: Travels in Small Town India (1995), was a travelogue that described the social and cultural changes in India in the context of globalization.He is clearly for more state action as every collapse of free markets does require government intervention, which is not fair, though inevitable. Zirkus Nuke-Nake But catching up with the West seemed impossible without a strong state.Most are recruited from Oxford and Cambridge and they genuinely believe that absence of diversity is a benefit as it produces assertive and coherent points of view! Die Kirschendiebin There will be many supporters of this view, especially after the financial crisis in the USA where losses had to be socialised to protect the capitalists.
That does not solve the problem, only postpones it till we get a crueller version of Trump or his local counterpart.Among its themes were these. Weggefahrten und Freunde / Die Endling-Trilogie Bd.2 Contradictions and elisions haunted the rhetoric of liberalism from the beginning.Liberalism seemed attractive largely because it promised to advance the urgent project of state-led modernisation. Ich mochte gern in Wurde altern, aber doch nicht jetzt Bal Gangadhar Tilak was the clearest exponent of this view, building on an already strong critique of Western liberalism that had emerged in Bengal.