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UTTAR PRADESH-Casteism, Communalism and Politics

UTTAR PRADESH Casteism, Communalism and Politics Anirudh Deshpande The dalit revolt against caste Hindu society is, for the moment, consolidated in the BSP. But neither hindutva nor Ambedkarism, which have come together in an opportunistic alliance in UP, can hope to become the dominant paradigm of Indian politics for obvious demographic and ideological reasons.

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