September 19, 2008blogsIndiapolitical philosophypoliticsPublic Policy


(With no offence to Forumism)

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

No, a Centralist is not a shopper who prefers a chain of smart malls sprouting across India. A Centralist (articulates) his or her worldview from within the existing (constitutional) framework. He also better understand(s) the power of free markets, trade, and economic growth, and are liberated from social orthodoxies.”

Like your seventh standard classmate who stuck things on your back while you were answering the teacher, Etlamatey has pasted this label onto this blogger.

Do read the post, because Mr Etlamatey disapproves of Centralism. And because it’s well-written.

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