Modern India’s politics are still controlled by a handful of families — Gandhis, Karunanidhis, Gowdas, Thackerays, Abdullahs and many more. These families have shaped the politics of their respective states and will continue to do so. While the patriarchs grow older, the sons and daughters — most with English educations — hope to reach out to young voters. We will explain how the politics of these families fare in the 2009 elections.

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