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Vote against Reforms?
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 39, No. 21 (May 22-28, 2004), pp. 2079-2081
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4415045
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No matter how one looks at the election results, they fail to support the hypothesis that the people of India have spoken against the reforms. The Congress agenda itself being pro-reform, a vote against reforms should have actually placed the third parties in a position to form the government. This has not been the case. The main constraint on the reforms process will be defined by the compulsions of coalition politics.
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