Indira's India: Democracy and Crisis Government
Aaron S. Klieman takes issue with the general tendency to dismiss the 1975-1977 emergency period in India as a brief departure from democratic government. Emphasizing the structural and behavioral weaknesses exposed by crisis rule, Klieman uses India to illustrate the likelihood of a residue of undemocratic practices enduring even after the successful termination of an emergency.
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The Powell Doctrine
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