RECONCILING DIFFERENCE BEYOND COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE IN INDIA

RECONCILING DIFFERENCE BEYOND COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE IN INDIA

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(Paperback | ISBN (Paperback | ISBN: 978-93-90477-51-7 | 392 pages | February 2021))

Summary

‘Rudolf Heredia makes a compelling case for dialogue as a process
to end the collective violence of today. Drawing on India’s history,
the Constitution and even contemporary initiatives, he shows us
how we can bring a healing touch to close the faultlines in our
society.’ —C. Rammanohar Reddy, Editor, The India Forum


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