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Political Change in North India: Interpreting Assembly Election Results
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 28, No. 51 (Dec. 18, 1993), pp. 2767-2769+2771-2774
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4400546
Page Count: 7
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The consequences of the state assembly elections in November are so clear and in some ways so welcome that it is tempting to read off meanings from consequences. The real meaning of the election results is, however, a different matter. A preliminary attempt to uncover it, first, by outlining some of the statewise patterns and, second, by discussing some of the larger trends in north Indian politics.
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