Government and Politics in South Asia

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11.
Paul Brass, "The Rise of the BJP and the Future of Party Politics in Uttar Pradesh," in India Votes:Alliance Politics and the Ninth and Tenth General Elections, ed. Harold A. Gould and Sumit Ganguly ( Boulder: Westview Press, 1993), p. 258.
12.
Yogendra K. Malik and V. B. Singh, "Bharatiya Janata Party: An Alternative to the Congress (I)?" Asian Survey, April 1992, p. 331.
13.
Yogendra K. Malik and V. B. Singh, Hindu Nationalists in India: The Rise of the Bharatiya Janata Party ( Boulder: Westview Press, 1994), p. 211.
14.
India Today, December 11, 1994, p. 43.
15.
Marcus F. Franda, "India's Third Communist Party," Asian Survey, vol. 9, no. 11 ( November 1969), pp. 797-818.
16.
India Today, January 13, 1985, p. 28.
17.
Marguerite Ross Barnett, The Politics of Cultural Nationalism in South India (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976).
18.
Baldev Raj Nayar, Minority Politics in the Punjab (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966), and Paul R. Brass, "Ethnic Cleavages and the Punjab Party System, 1952-1972," in Electoral Politics in the Indian States, vol. 4, ed. Myron Weiner and John Osgood Field ( New Delhi: Manohar Book Service, 1974), pp. 7-61.
19.
Gopal Singh, "Socio-Economic Basis of Punjab Crisis," Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 19 ( January 1984), pp. 402-507; Sucha Singh Gill and K. C. Singhal, "The Punjab Problem: Its Historical Roots," Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 19 ( April 1984), pp. 603-608; and Yogendra K. Malik, "Sikh Militancy and the Akali Party in Punjab: Move for Secessionism or Greater Autonomy?" Asian Survey, vol. 26, no. 3 ( March 1986), pp. 344-362.

Suggested Readings

Barnett Marguerite Ross. The Politics of Cultural Nationalism in South India (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976).

Baxter Craig. The Jana Sangh: A Biography of an Indian Political Party ( Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1969).

Bhambri C. P. The Janata Party: A Profile ( New Delhi: National, 1982).

Brass Paul R. Factional Politics in an Indian State: The Congress Party in Uttar Pradesh ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966).

Brass Paul R., and Marcus Franda (eds.). Radical Politics in South Asia ( Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1973).

Dasgupta B. The Naxalite Movement ( Bombay: Allied Publishers, 1974).

Erdman Howard. The Swatantra Party and Indian Conservatism ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1967).

Fickett Lewis P., Jr. The Major Socialist Parties of India: A Study in Leftist Fragmentation ( Syracuse, N.Y.: Maxwell School, Syracuse University, 1970).

Graham B. D. Hindu Nationalism and Indian Politics: The Origins and the Development of the Bharatiya Jan Sangh ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990).

Hardgrave Robert L., Jr. The Dravidian Movement ( Bombay: Popular Prakash, 1965).

Hartmann Horst. Political Parties in India ( New Delhi: Meenakshi Prakash, 1982).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Illustrations ix
  • Preface to the Fourth Edition xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 4
  • 1 - The Governance of South Asia Under the British 5
  • Suggested Readings 18
  • Part One - INDIA 19
  • 2 - Political Culture and Heritage 21
  • Suggested Readings 52
  • 3 - Political Institutions and Governmental Processes 55
  • Suggested Readings 90
  • 4 - Political Parties and Political Leaders 92
  • Suggested Readings 120
  • 5 - Groups and Multiple Demands on the System 122
  • Suggested Readings 139
  • 6 - Conflict Mediation 140
  • Suggested Readings 150
  • 7 - Modernization and Development: Prospects and Problems 151
  • Suggested Readings 159
  • Part Two - PAKISTAN 161
  • 8 - Political Culture and Heritage 163
  • Suggested Readings 174
  • 9 - Government Structure 175
  • Suggested Readings 183
  • 10 - Political Parties and Political Leaders 184
  • Suggested Readings 200
  • 11 - Conflict and Mediation 202
  • Suggested Readings 212
  • 12 - Policy Issues 213
  • Suggested Readings 223
  • 13: Modernization and Development 224
  • Part Three - BANGLADESH 231
  • 14 - Political Culture and Heritage 233
  • Suggested Readings 246
  • 15 - Government Institutions 247
  • Suggested Readings 257
  • 16 - Elections, Parties, and Interest Groups 259
  • Suggested Readings 279
  • 17 - Conflicts and Resolution 281
  • Suggested Readings 291
  • 18 - Modernization and Development: Prospects and Problems 292
  • Suggested Readings 299
  • Part Four - SRI LANKA 301
  • 19: Political Culture and Heritage 303
  • 20: Government Structure 316
  • 21: Political Parties and Interest Groups 331
  • 22: Conflict Mediation 346
  • 23: The Search for Prosperity 352
  • 24 - Modernization and Development: Prospects and Problems 358
  • Suggested Readings 362
  • Part Five - SOUTH ASIA 365
  • 25 - Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives 367
  • Suggested Readings 381
  • 26 - South Asia as a Region and in the World System 382
  • Suggested Readings 402
  • 27 - Conclusion: Democracy and Authoritarianism in South Asia 404
  • Suggested Readings 411
  • Statistical Appendix 413
  • Index 415
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