Their demands and interests would coincide precisely if populations were homogeneousbut that is rarely the case in the real world
One of the most contentious issues in India’s constitutional law and government policy has been the one relating to caste-based reservations in education and employment—a powerful example of “compensatory discrimination" and “affirmative action" on behalf of identified “backward classes" in the country. For many people (predictably belonging to the “upper castes"’ and “upper classes" of the social hierarchy), affirmative action is founded in a flawed and contradictory notion of equality. Indeed, the Constitution has been held guilty of this. What is the precise nature of the complaint?
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