<p>When Rebels become Stakeholders is an interesting title to indulge in the book and then review it. To set the context, the interest was much more intriguing especially because of three speeches the reviewer read even before reading the book. The first one was by Amartya Sen (1) which contextualises the Indian democracy in its historicity. This speech is essentially a gist of his book The Argumentative Indian. The second speech was by Ramachandra Guha given as a part of VKRV Rao memorial lecture at the Institute for</p>
Dr. Amalendu Jyotishi, “When Rebels Become Stakeholders: Democracy, Agency and Social Change in India”, Journal of Social and Economic Development, 2012.