New Patterns Of Democracy In India

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When New Patterns of Democracy in India was first published in 1959. India appeared to be swaying between two opposing ideologies communism and democracy Dean foreign policy expert and keen observer of India examined the political social and economic developments since Indian independence in 1947 in the light of India's history and philosophy. Focusing on the reaction of India's people to independence the subsequent technological changes grafted onto ancient faiths, and India's changing relations with Britain, the U.S.S.R. the United States and Communist China. Dean concluded that India far from succumbing to communism as predicted by some observers was developing new patterns of democracy. In the second edition. Dean expanded and brought up to date her interpretation of India and its future.