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In chapter three, Shankar reframes with the longstanding discussions of poverty in the brown world, and specifically India, by placing these conversations in a much longer history of Malthusian population control strategies. Shankar shows that, surprisingly, Sahaayaka's interventions, and the broader discourse on empowerment, may reinscibe some Malthusian assumptions regarding the poor.

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