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India's Commonwealth Games: A National Disgrace
Published on : Saturday, January 01, 2011
The Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi in October happened to be a national disgrace, instead of accomplishing the collectivist goal of generating "national prestige". The Indian Economy stagnated under socialistic policies for more than four decades. In 1991, amidst the massive economic crisis, the Government began a process of deregulation. The country was economically liberalized and in the last two decades, we have witnessed immense progress. However, the quest for national presige proves that the collectivist mindset still remains. The commonwealth Games should be opposed primarily for moral reasons, and pragmatic reasons should take the second place, writes Chak Kakani in the winter issue of The Objective Standard.
Is India Important for America’s Freedom?
Published on : Tuesday, November 24, 2009
The visit of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the Us brings so many important issues to our attention. The culture of India is highly mystic and collectivist.However, there are so many goods things that can be said of India. It is a democracy, and there is a growing interest in the ideas of Liberty and Ayn Rand. There are two excellent libertarian think tanks too, writes Edward Hudgins in The Objectivist Centre.

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