Rakesh Bahadur’s Analysis of HAF Report

Editor’s Note: This critique was issued in the form of open letters to HAF leadership in a series of emails in the  aftermath of the report that was published late Dec 2010. As can be seen from the thoroughness 7 objectivity of the analysis, Rakesh Bahadur has been studying & acting on the issue of US school textbook depiction of Hinduism for many years.


An Analysis Of:

Hinduism: Not Cast in Caste

Seeking an End to Caste-based Discrimination

December 10, 2010

[The 7 letters sent are as in the list below, and are detailed in the rest of this article.-Editor]
1. Preliminary Analysis of the HAF Report (14th December 2010)
2. Critical Analysis of Central Themes of the HAF Report (24th December 2010)
3. End Justifies Means (11th January 2011)
4. Whose Report? (18th January 2011)
5. Chapter 7 Review – Summary (1st February, 2011)
6. Three Cs and HAF Report (5th February 2011)
7. HAF Caste Report and Unanswered Questions (21st February 2011)

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