Moraes, Frank
July 1961
Foreign Affairs;Jul1961, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p634
This article presents information on political developments in India. The latest census tentatively places the country's population at around 468 millions which makes India the largest democracy in the world. Yet in India, as in some other Asian countries where democratic forms and the apparatus of parliamentary government subsist, democracy has still to take firm roots in the people and the rulers. In Indian eyes the Congress Party had for long been identified with selfless service, sacrifice and integrity.


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