In this issue Vol. 5. No. 8. October 1975
M. A. Swaminathan
B. B. Vohra
J. C. Kapur
M. K. Gandhi et al
PART ONE - THE RURAL SOLUTION
India's Agricultural Balance Sheet The nature o f India's climate, soils, rivers and forests provides her wit h both great assets and great liabilities
A Policy for Land
A Policy for Water
What measures can be taken to preserve India's most valuable assets — her soil and her water?
India in the Year 2000 — A Vision and a Strategy A Blueprint for India
PART TWO - THE RELEVANCE OF GANDHIISM
Gandhi's Political Philosophy Mahatma Gandhi designed the ideal socio-political framework for a decentralised society.
Excerpts The writings and speeches of Mahatma Gandhi and his associates provide a coherent philosophy for life i n a de-industrialised and decentralised society.
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