May 20, 2014

Is Modi the Thatcher of India?

Mona Charen, National Review

The Associated Press

The election of a pro-business, pro-American, growth-oriented prime minister in the world’s largest democracy good news or bad news for the world’s oldest democracy?

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TAGGED: Narendra Modi, Margaret Thatcher, England, Free Markets

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