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Vol: 68 No: 19
May 15, 2022
The expression ‘Socialistic Pattern of Society’, as used in reference to India, has to be understood in the context of the conditions of India as well as the policy followed by the government. It implies a more equitable distribution of wealth, a constant effort at raising the standard of living, the removal of
social disabilities and the introduction of an ethical content in social work, such that it will lead to better living, not only in the economic sense, but also in the moral and spiritual sense. If the rich become richer and the poor become poorer, it is neither a socialist society, nor even a capitalist one as understood today.
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