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Fundamentalism. Its Roots. Rationale and Remedy

Fundamentalism, Its Roots, Rationale and Remedy Arun Ghosh Fundamentalism cannot be sustained without good reason. On occasion there may be external abettors, but there must be deep-seated internal causes for the emergence, certainly for the continued presence, of fundamentalism. We do not have to go far; we have our own experience in this country.

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