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The Indian Constitution and social revolution : right to property since independence / V. Krishna Ananth.

By: Ananth, V. Krishna [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Sage series in modern Indian history. ; 16.Publisher: Los Angeles ; New Delhi : Sage Publications, 2015Description: xxxv., 495 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9789351500636 (hbk.).Subject(s): Indian National Congress | Right of property -- India | Constitutional law -- India | Socialism -- IndiaDDC classification: 346.54043 ANA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Idea of socialism and the Indian National Congress : the Nehru imprint -- Socialism and the right to property as a fundamental right : the constituent assembly debates -- Socialism as state policy : a brief discussion on the debate on directive principles in the constitutent assembly -- The Socialist agenda : reconciling fundamental rights with directive principles -- Property as fundamental right : the judiciary strikes again -- Restoring the balance : Keshavananda and the basic structure doctrine -- Integrating the directive principles into the fundamental rights -- Socialism and liberalization.
Summary: <P style=""text-align: justify;"">Evolution of Right to Property Law and its relationship with the idea of socialism!
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 485-488) and index.

Idea of socialism and the Indian National Congress : the Nehru imprint -- Socialism and the right to property as a fundamental right : the constituent assembly debates -- Socialism as state policy : a brief discussion on the debate on directive principles in the constitutent assembly -- The Socialist agenda : reconciling fundamental rights with directive principles -- Property as fundamental right : the judiciary strikes again -- Restoring the balance : Keshavananda and the basic structure doctrine -- Integrating the directive principles into the fundamental rights -- Socialism and liberalization.

Evolution of Right to Property Law and its relationship with the idea of socialism!

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