One Hundred and Twenty Five years of the Congress Party
The impossibility of explaining gargantuan nations to a popular readership
Ramachandra Guha’s anthology of Indian political thinkers masterfully chronicles an indigenous liberal tradition—but what lies beyond its boundaries?
A personal history of the Oxford University Press India at 100
Prakash Karat, the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), responds to Ramachandra Guha’s essay about the faltering fortunes of India’s communist parties.