Kerala: Development without growth

Franke, Richard; Chasin, Barbara
March 1992
Earth Island Journal;Spring92, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p25
Describes the radical reforms in Kerala state, a narrow strip of land along India's southwest coast. Distribution of land ownership; Effective food rationing and pensions; Increased government spending on education and health services; Strength of the people's organization.


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