‘Aboard the Democracy Train is ‘key book’ on topic’ – Vikas DattaMay 25, 15

Another perceptive look into an embattled country and where Ms. Hoodbhoy scores is starting much earlier in a more dangerous decade which has however not got its adequate share of attention due to the lesser outward manifestations of violence, save in benighted Karachi and Sindh…. One little disconcerting issue is that in the post-9/11 account, all the personal touches disappear and it is all bald fact, incisive no doubt, but doesn’t tell much about the author’s own experiences and thoughts. Overall, a key book which must be read by anyone interested in the topic and find where and how the problems came up…

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