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Not All Postliberal Theocratic Statism is Good: an anti-Modi Post

August 6th, 2019 | 2 min read

By Susannah Black Roberts

When I was nine, we went to Kashmir for ten days or so, to Srinagar, one of the hill stations, to get out of the Delhi heat. Rented a houseboat. When my mom was growing up, her family would go every summer, for the same reason— you just can’t be in Delhi in June.

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Susannah Black Roberts

Susannah Black Roberts is senior editor at Plough. She is a native Manhattanite. She and her husband, the theologian Alastair Roberts, split their time between Manhattan and the West Midlands of the UK.