Nehru was a hostage to the development economics consensus of his times, both in terms of its insights as well as its policy flaws
Jawaharlal Nehru was an economic modernist. He believed that rapid industrialisation was the most effective way to win the battle against mass poverty. This was in stark contrast with the medieval Gandhian economic vision centred on household production.
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