Identify and explain how the United States became one of the two economic and military super powers after World War Two and the strategies it engaged to avoid a catastrophic confrontation with the Soviet Union in the 1950s through the early 1990s.
explains that the cause of the situation was not the individuals of uppercaste Hindus but the social philosophy, which supports a social system of inequalities. His long-range response was a direct attack against the root cause. It is pertinent to raise some questions to reflect on Ambedkar’s legacy. Have his projects shaped out as he had wished? Has India moved in the direction that he thought optimal? Have his inheritors embalmed his ideas in dogma, or extended them while confronting new predicaments? Ambedkar’s vision did not end at the horizon of Dalit power; rather, he envisaged an India liberated from caste consciousness, a futuristic society no longer trapped in the feudal binaries of master and slave, privilege and privation. Ironically, the conditions of the untouchables and depressed sections of Indian society have not changed much. Social and economic justice is still evading them. The pathetic condition of the depressed classes has not shown the expected improvement. Social and economic inequalities continue to persist. Ambedkar’s dream of a society based on socio- economic justice, human dignity and equality is yet to be realised. So we cannot stop with Babasaheb Ambedkar and his programme of social reform. We have to go beyond Dr. Ambedkar in our struggle to establish an egalitarian society. HIs legacy will have to be retrieved and extended by activists committed to the social and cultural renaissance he had envisioned; and not by the political purveyors of an exhausted rhetoric who claim to speak in his name. Political Philosophy of Ambedkar’s Ambedkar is influenced by all the major political traditions of his times. His political thought has emerged from the three grand traditions of political thought, i.e. liberal, conservative and radical. The unique feature about him is that he has transcended all these traditions. He was influenced by the>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)