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- Q) why is it said that the making of the indian constitution was unrepresentative? does that make the constitution unrepresentative? give reasons for your answer.
- Q) explain the difference between the indian constitution and western ideas in the light of a. understanding of secularism b. articles 370 and 371 c. affirmative action d. universal adult franchise
- Q) match the following. a. freedom to criticise treatment of widows i. substantive achievement b. taking decisions in the constituent assembly on the basis of reason, not self interest ii. procedural achievement c. accepting importance of community in an individual’s life iii. neglect of gender justice d. article 370 and 371 iv. liberal individualism e. unequal rights to women regarding family property and children v. attention to requirements of a particular region
- Q) the following are different positions about reading and understanding constituent assembly debates. i. which of these statements argues that constituent assembly debates are relevant even today? which statement says that they are not relevant? ii. with which of these positions do you agree and why? a. common people are too busy in earning livelihood and meeting different pressures of life. they can’t understand the legal language of these debates. b. the conditions and challenges today are different from the time when the constitution was made. to read the ideas of constitution makers and use them for our new times is trying to bring past in the present. c. our ways of understanding the world and the present challenges have not changed totally. constituent assembly debates can provide us reasons why certain practises are important. in a period when constitutional practises are being challenged, not knowing the reasons can destroy them.