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The Indian Economic Success: a challenge to some race relations assumptions

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British race relations thinking includes the assumptions that the black-white divide is the decisive determinant of the sociology of each of the non-white groups, who consequently have a worse socio-economic profile than whites, and that the remedy lies in political action. The Rushdie affair and the retreat from the concept of Black are referred to as counter-examples to these assumptions and it is argued that there are indications of a socio-economic mobility amongst Indians which, if true, challenge assumptions about the link between discrimination and disadvantage, and about the ends and means of racial equality.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July, 1991

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