Exclusion and Revolution

by December 20, 2012
 
 

Arundhati Roy discusses exclusion and revolution in India, where 100 million indigenous people of the interior sit on top of vast quantities of ore coveted by corporations, and the 100 families that rule India’s billion citizens by brutal military force have abandoned any pretense at democracy.

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