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The Dramatic Decade The Indira Gandhi Years

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   Author(s):  Pranab Mukherjee  
        Publisher: Rupa Publications India, Year: 2014   
                                        
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Overview: The Dramatic Decade reflects on one of the most interesting times in the life of this country, the decade of the 1970s. This was why India's ruling government found itself involved in civil rights and democracy. The nation was committed to the liberty of East Pakistan which led her to support them in their struggle for freedom. During the Emergency in 1977, when she faced the boundaries of her personal speech, she discovered all her writing had been completely censored. After nearly 4 years of emergency rule, in 1977 India saw the rise of the politics of the alliance, with the Janata Party an amalgam of Indian parties opposed to the emergency, consisting of the Congress, the Bharaliya Lok Dal, the Jana Sangh and the Socialist. This was a turning point in the legislative history of the Indian Parliament. During the decade that Pranab Mukherjee was in the national political scene, he dedicated himself to the role of a political activist. As one who has been very keen on both the dramatic and historic developments of the past decade, President Mukherjee's observations are indispensable. He changes our persuasion towards him owing to the 1970s. For instance, recounting the urgent appeal for Indira Gandhi's midterm resignation, he wonders which democracy in the world will permit a change of a popularly and freely elected government by means other than a popular election that has been properly certified as free and equal. If the election is not popularly won, can parties that beat at the game substitute by pure agitation? It was of no use to those who wished to reform the government to do so before the polls were completed; in no time at all they would have been defeated. Would tax deductions compromise alternatives to an elected politicians lapses from their own personal honour and approval in this high stakes one of life and death situation? How will anybody replace her? Well, it's pretty easy, actually. As a super majority and a two thirds majority of Congress MPs in the Lok Sabha have signed off that Indira Gandhi should remain party's leader in Parliament and hence the Prime Minister of India. Pranab Mukherjee has taken quotations from numerous diaries, chat records, personal journals, and other assorted primary sources, and a vast amount of secondary literature, to create an extraordinarily comprehensive and nuanced portrait of India.
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