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Acclaimed the world over, prescribed in over 100 universities and schools, and included partially in The Century’s Best Reportage (Ordfront, 2000), alongside the works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Studs Terkel and John Reed, All people Loves a Good Drought is the established basic on rural poverty in India. Twenty years after publication, it stays unsurpassed within the scope and depth of reportage, offering an intimate view of the each day struggles of the poor and the efforts, usually ludicrous, made to uplift them.

An illuminating introduction accompanying this twentieth-anniversary version reveals, alarmingly, how a big part of India continues to undergo within the title of improvement so small proportion might prosper. Apart from exposing persistent misgovernance, it is usually a devastating touch upon the media’s failure to talk for the unvoiced.

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