ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Nearsighted Again in NEFA

 While the one, that of the economic radical, provides the popular appeal, the other inspires hope among THE Third Policy period in NEFA had begun before the Chinese aggression of 1962. The aim of that policy was to reconcile the claims of tradition with reform of the administration; but the policy received a severe setback from the Chinese incursions into NEFA and from the social resistance to it from the educated middle classes in the area. Nor was the bureaucracy in NEFA a good instrument for implementing the policy, because there was little identification between it and the people in ways of living, language, dress and general attitudes.

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