Foundations of Misery
India After Nehru
Foundations of Misery-I dealt with the blunders of the Nehruvian era, many of which still affect and vitiate India’s present.
Reinforcing the Foundations of Misery-II deals with India after Nehru. However, it includes a chapter “Mental Slavery” the contents of which span both the periods. The word “Reinforcing” is used, because the Indira-Dynasty reinforced the foundations of India’s misery by compounding the blunders of the Nehruvian era.
Part-reversal of those world’s-worst-economic-practices by the wise non-Dynasts like Narsimha Rao and Vajpayee dramatically turned hopelessness into hope. However, with the return of the Dynasts as UPA-I and II and their rollback to the bad-old-ways, Rao-Vajpayee kindled sunshine of hope again turned into gray cynical hopelessness.
In the last chapter, the book deals with assorted interesting current issues on India and seeks to answer many of the FAQs (frequently asked questions) on India.
The book establishes: “Had India embraced Competitive Capitalism after independence, rather than the successful-in-no-country poverty-perpetuating socialistic claptrap, India would have been a more firmly united, prosperous, first-rate, first-world country like Singapore, South Korea, Australia by 1980.”
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