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Dr. Sudhirendar Sharma reviewed Where India Goes in today's Hindustan Times

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You can read the whole review at this link.  Here is a quotation:

"Researchers Diane Coffey and Dean Spears have written a book that is important, timely, and easy to read. It argues that caste is the biggest stumbling block to overcoming open defecation. Drawing heavily on field studies and data analysis, the authors contend that the power of the state over open defecation is limited because it not only lacks the human resources needed for behavioural change but also because the social forces against it are strong."

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