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What the Nation Really Needs to Know: The JNU Nationalism Lectures Paperback – 4 Jan 2017
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The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers' Association is a registered society under the Societies Registration Act, comprising teachers and members of the research staff of the Jawaharlal Nehru University.
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Thought provoking and brings forward the meaning of nationalism even closer. Exposes the word nationalism and makes a reader aware about the coinage through the perspective of history, sociology and other spheres of academic lens.
For people who are currently in institutions and go that extra step to challenge and debate (what is handed on to them) this is one of the must read books. Please don't go by what fake news is stuffed down the throat apply your own mind and you will find this book quite reasonable.
More importantly, it destroyed my obsession with Nationalism itself which I initially thought was a prerequisite for a better India.
Fortunate enough that JNU crisis took place as the topic of Nationalism became important and common, otherwise such powerful essays were inaccessible for general audience.
This book is a must read to understand such complex issue in simple manner which offers multiple viewpoints.