February 28, 2014

Unhappy India

Bruce Stokes, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

Nations periodically have “change” elections. The outcome of the 1980 U.S. presidential contest, in which Ronald Reagan trounced then President Jimmy Carter, was attributable to many factors. But at the end of the day, Americans just wanted a change. India may be heading for a similar such election when the public goes to the polls later this spring to elect a new parliament and government.

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