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Various Economic And Political Methods Used By British To Loot Indian Wealth | Arvind Kumar | Drain Theory | Keynesian Theory

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezVwMPnW2g4&t=2s Now the Drain Theory we know that was first by the Dadabhai Naoroji where India was treated as a source of raw material and all the wealth was drained out of India. They would come back and sell the finished product. India also was a source of slaves and Elihu

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The Relation Between Freedom And Prosperity | Failed Economic Policies Of Communist Govts | West And East Germany

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHmjYpJ6YXY&t=46s Exactly why is it that some nations are rich and some nations are poor and that brings us to a conjecture, that it is nations differ because they have different degrees of freedom, the people in that nation and what is freedom we will come to it. But the more

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Why Is India Not Prosperous? | Atanu Dey | Indian Economic Policies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IxU1fEs0yM Exactly what's with Indians, if we are Indian stupid people. I don't think so because Indians do very well wherever they will, wherever they go. So that's also not true. So I submit to you that, maybe it's the government, it's the government and the rules of the game that

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Arthashastra And Its Contemporary Relevance In India – A Talk By Sriram Subramanian

The Arthashastra is a marvelous treatise that captured the imagination of ancient India. Kautilya's thoughts are not only far ahead of his time, they were precise to address some of the key challenges of those days. Needless to say, the economic and political dominance that India had prior to the

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How The Mughals & The British Created Widespread Poverty In India

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbRSU9qkdCQ The Vedic system, the caste system, kept the lower classes to their positions without giving them access to studies and other such things and that accounts a widespread poverty in India; that is what Marxist would like you to believe, and that's what has been pushed in the textbooks, like

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