Brazil And India
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Compares the political cultures of the two countries. Problems of scarce resources, extensive poverty and inequality, and a weak position in the international economic system. Weak economices. Lack of opportunity for the majority of the population. Class stratification in urban Brazil. Threat of rural land reform. Caste system of India.
From the Paper:"COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF BRAZIL AND INDIA
Scarce resources, extensive poverty and inequality, and a relatively weak position in the international economic system, shapes the politics and government of all less-developed states.
In reviewing the political cultures of Brazil and India, it would appear that the issue of scarce resources as regards these states is more involved with the inability to get at and distribute the resources that exist in these countries. This is in both cases due to the extensive poverty and inequality that exist in these two countries.
In both countries, this situation is the result of traditional political and social cultures, and the fact that their economies are relatively weak in comparison with the more dominant ..."
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