Indian Political System: A Critical Study of the Constitutional Structure and the Emerging Trends of Indian Politics

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Anmol Publications, 1996 - Political Science - 368 pages
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The Study Of The Political System Of A Country Covers Not Merely The Provisions Of Its Constitution And Some Institutional Arrangements Made, Or Evolved Over A Period Of Time, To Put Them Into Operation, It Also Covers All Forces Which Act Like The Inputs And Have Their Effect On The Decisions (Outputs) Taken By The Men-In-Authority Roles And Which Have, Therefore, A Binding Character In The Form Of Authoritatively Allocated Values. For This Reason, Such A Study Covers Much That Pertains To The Domain Of Other Sister Disciplines. That Is, It Goes Beyond The Study Of The Constitution Or The Constitutional System Of A Country. The Line Of Distinction Between Political And Para-Political Phenomena Becomes Blurred And Even Patently Non-Political Issues Are Covered Where They Appear To Have Their Role In The Political Process Of The Country. It Is For This Reason That In This Book Some New Topics Have Been Covered For Presenting An Empirical Study Of The Subject.

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