Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal
Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal


Chapter 1

P1. We learn purposed use of every right and power, which we possess or may assume to possess. This learning is sex and literacy independent. . Today, however, the power or assumption in power has reached its zenith and that it has captured the ordinary and the intelligent -Mind Capture. "Power" is the suspect. [Also see Saktaism -infra.]

P9. This interplay in vagueness, ethics and misuse of necessity needs understanding. The design and the functioning of rules to regulate socio-political relations are affected by the activities of bureaus (nexus in bureaus), political actors within the country (i.e., nexus in political motives), and the vote (misuse of necessity).

Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal

Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal

Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal

Association of Political Public Relations, Political Economics: By S.C. Bansal

 


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