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Maoism in India reincarnation of ultra-left wing extremism in the twenty-first century.pdf\\

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The rise of Maoism as one of the organized political movement in India is the outcome of a historical situation. Both colonialism and the failure of the Indian state to implement land reforms more stringently in the aftermath of independence resulted in terrible sufferings of the marginalized, land- dependent, sections of society. Through historical analysis, this book assesses the ideological articulation of the contemporary ultra-left movement in India, including Maoism which is expanding gradually in India. The author provides answers to the following issues: Is Maoism reflective of the growing disenchantment of the people in the affected areas with the state? Is it a comment on the distorted development planning pursued by the Indian state? Is this an outcome of the processes of deepening of democracy in India? Using Orissa as a case study, the book raises questions on India 's development strategy. The author argues that Maoism provides critical inputs for an alternative paradigm for development, relevant for transitional societies and that it is a still a powerful ideology for the poorer parts of the world although its ideological appeal has declined internationally.

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Mexico class formation, capital accumulation, and the state James D. Cockcroft..pdf

Contents
Acknowledgments vii
Introduction to Modem Mexico 1
Part I: From the First Peoples to the Modern State
1. Conquest and Colonization 9
2. Independence and Civil War, 1770-1880 45
3. Dictatorship and Revolution, 1880-1920 85
4. The Roots of the Modern State, 1920-1940 115
Part II: Mexico After 1940
5. The Transformation of Agriculture and Industry 145
6. Classes and the State 186
7. The Crisis, 1968-1977 237
8. The Crisis Prolonged, 1978-1982 277 Conclusion 313
Notes 318
Glossary 344
Selected Bibliography 349
hidex 361
Map 1      Mexico 8
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http://ifile.it/j7nkew9/India independent Author Bettelheim, Charles.pdf

CONTENTS
Foreword
Preface to the English edition xiii Introduction
XV
PART ONE: THE YEARS FOLLOWING INDEPENDENCE An Outline of India's Social and Economic Situation—The Relative Importance of Various Industrial Activities—The Capitalist Sector: Income from Property—The Working Force I
I. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND ITS PROBLEMS
Water Difficulties—The Problem of Fertilizers—Stock Breeding and Forestry—The Problem of Agricultural Techniques 8
II. THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF RURAL INDIA
Legal Ties and Property Rights—The Social Relations of Production—The Agrarian Structure: A Hindrance to Agricultural development—The Rural Population not Engaged in Agriculture—The Caste System in Rural Life 19
III. THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIA'S INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND ITS STRUCTURE India's Industrial Resources—The Decline of Traditional Industry and the Development of Modern Industry—The Rise of Indian Industry since the Beginning of the Twentieth Century— The Structure of Indian Industry 4*>
IV. THE BOURGEOISIE AND CAPITAL
The share of the National Income earned by the Bourgeoisie and by Capital—Foreign Capital Invested in India—The Origins and Rise of Indian Big Capital—The Positions occupied by Indian Big Capital—Banks and Insurance Companies—Increasing Financial and Commercial Overgrowth 54
V. THE PROLETARIAT AND THE PETTY BOURGEOISIE
The Urban Sector of Indian Society—Industrial Wage Earners— The Non-Agricultural Middle Classes 84
ANNEX: THE CASTE SYSTEM IN URBAN LIFE The Destruction of its Economic Basis—The Influence of Non-Economic Factors—The Survival of the Caste System in Urban Life—Its 111 Effects—Factors which help to Maintain the Caste System 95
VI. INDIA'S POLITICAL STRUCTURE JUST AFTER INDEPENDENCE
The Main Terms of the Constitution—The Wheels of Power and Administrative Difficulties—The Political Parties 106
ANNEX: LANGUAGE PROBLEMS 138
PART TWO: TOWARDS A NEW INDIA
VII. THE MOVE TOWARDS STATE CAPITALISM AND THE FIVE-YEAR PLANS
The Indian Five-Year Plans and Economic Theories—The Main Characteristics of the Indian Plans—How the Plans are Prepared —The Dimensions of the Five Year Plans—The Growth of Investments—The Major Objectives and Characteristics of the Plans—The Public Sector 145
VIII. AGRICULTURE AND AGRARIAN POLICY The Plans and their Results—Soda! Changes and Agrarian Reform —Technical Measures intended to Increase Agricultural Production—Education and Organization—Summary 176
ANNEX: THE KERALA AGRARIAN RELATIONS BILL
220
IX. INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS
Aspects of Industrial Expansion since 1951—The Shape of
Industrial Development—A Summary of Industrial Development
Problems
X. HOW DEVELOPMENT IS FINANCED Capital Formation and the Cost of Development—The Internal Financing of Public Expenditure—Money Supply and Prices— External Financial Assistance 276
XL ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH OTHER COUNTRIES
The Slow Export Rise—Measures taken to Improve the Balance of Trade—Effects of these Measures—Effects of Recent Economic Development on the Balance of Payments—India's Growing Indebtedness during the First Two Plans—The Third Plan 295
XII. THE STANDARD OF LIVING
Average Individual Consumption—Social Services—Employment—Individual Incomes and Salaries—Bourgeois and Capitalist Incomes—The Growth of the U-Sector 317
XIII. POLITICS AND SOCIAL FERMENT
Trade Unionism and Strikes—Political Developments 339
CONCLUSION
Development since Independence—Economic, Social and Political Prospects—The Intensification of Social Contradictions—Political Problems—The Lesson to be Drawn from India's Experiences 358
List of abbreviations 372
Bibliography 376
Index
393


http://ifile.it/7s6kxyr/Neo-colonialism in West Africa Author Amin, Samir.pdf

Introduction vii
Part one: Outward-Directed Economie Development
1. The Groundnut Economy of Senegal and the Limits of Light Industrialization (1880-1970) 3
2. The Plantation Economy: Ghana and the Ivory Coast 41
3. Small Countries and Big Firms : The Economics
of Mining Enclaves 76
4. Development Prematurely Halted 98
5. Undeveloped'Reserves' 124
Part two: The Results of'Colonization andBalkanization: Financial Problems and the Balance of Payments
6. 'Liberal' Solutions: The 'Rich' Countries 155
7. ' Liberal ' Solutions : The Poor  Countries. The Struggle to Balance the Budget 196
8. The Search for an Answer : Inflationary Solutions 226
9. Conclusion 267

http://ifile.it/gmfkpq5/on the transition to socialism by Bettelheim, Charles.pdf

Foreword................v
I
BETWEEN CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM A Discussion by Paul M. Sweezy and Charles Bettclhcim
Czechoslovakia, Capitalism, and Socialism......3
On the Transition Between Capitalism and Socialism   .   . 15
More on the Society of Transition........34
Dictatorship of the Proletariat, Social Classes,
and Proletarian Ideology...........55
II
SOME LESSONS OF RECENT HISTORY Four Essays from Monthly Review
Lessons of Soviet Experience..........79
The Lessons of Poland   . ' .   ;.........93
The Transition to Socialism..........107
Toward a Program of Studies
of thcTransition to Socialism.........123

http://ifile.it/e4mhgsa/Our fight  writings by veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Spain, 1936-1939.pdf

Contents
Albert Prago     Preface I 1
Ring Lardner, Jr.      Introduction 15
Langston Hughes     Tomorrow's Seed 22
Ernest Hemingway     On the American Dead in Spain 23
• The DECISION and the JOURNEY •
Robert G. Colodny      The International Brigades 27
Bill Bailey     Swastika Off the Bremen 44
Tom Page     Interview with a Black Anti-Fascist 54
C. H-     To the Editor, The Volunteer 57
Irving Fajans      Tourists to Lyon 60
Steve Nelson     Doing It the Hard Way 66
Abe Osheroff     The City of Barcelona 84
Edwin Rolfe Death by Water 87 Arthur Timpson      An Encounter with the Anarchists
in Figueras 90
Albert Prago     Jews in the International Brigades 94
• The FIRST BATTLES
Marion Merriman Wachtel and Warren Le rude
Valor amid Slaughter 107
Arthur H. Landis     American Fliers in Spanish Skies 118
Paul Burns      Michael Kelly Reports 132
Jacques Grunblatt      Forever in Spain, I 137
Fredericka Martin      The American Hospital Unit 142
Lini de Vries      The Ebro Flows to the Thames 147
Jacques Grunblatt      Forever in Spain, II 157
Don MacLeod      The Day the War Started 160
James Neugass      Give Us This Day 169
Evelyn Hutchins      A Woman Truck Driver 175
• The ARAGON OFFENSIVE and the RETREATS •
Al Amery     Fuentes de Ebro 181
Joe Gordon and Leo Gordon      Seven Letters from Spain 192
Milt Wolff      Teruel: Another Hill 204
Albert Prago     / Will Never Forget 210
Sam Carsman     Memoir. 216
Ben Iceland      The Big Retreat 219
Theodore R. Cogswell      International Brigade Song 237
John R. Gerlach      Behind Fascist Lines 240
John C. Blair     Prisoners in Franco's Prisons 244
Carl Geiser     Christmas in a Franco Prison 250
• The EBRO OFFENSIVE and the WITHDRAWAL «
James M. Jones     Hold That Position! 261
Jim Lardner      "A Good Soldier Is Hard to Hit" 269
D.A.N. (Alvah Bessie)      120 a Minute 283
Jacques Grunblatt      Forever in Spain, III 287
Maury Colow      The Last Day in Spain 290
Sid Kaufman      The Flight Jacques Grunblatt      Forever in Spain, IV Albert Prago      Women in Franco's Prisons Maria Teresa Toral     A Long Night
• The WAR GOES ON •
Irving Weissman      The Return
Studs Terkel     Irving Goff: An Interview
Alvah Bessie     The Dead Past
Jacques Grunblatt      Forever in Spain, V
George Watt      Reunion in Hamme
Maury Colow      Ambulances for Nicaragua
Minister of Health of Nicaragua     Letter to the
Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Edwin Rolfe      First Love
Langston Hughes Hero—International Brigade
http://ifile.it/h740n5z/Paradise lost  state failure in Nepal  Ali Riaz and Subho Basu.pdf
Paradise Lost examines the state-society relationships in Nepal and demonstrates that the nature of the state, disjuncture between the state and the society, and the rupture of the ideological hegemony of the ruling class of Nepal have created a situation where existing institutional frameworks are disintegrating and the state is rapidly unraveling. Dr. Ali Riaz and Dr. Subho Basu analyze the roles of ethnicity, identity, and deprivation, in engendering discontent and the rise of the Maoists as a formidable political force. Mindful of the geo-strategic importance of the country, this book contextualizes these domestic developments within the post-9/11 global world. Jointly authored by a political scientist and a historian this book brings together structural and historical perspectives. Written in an engaging language, Paradise Lost? will appeal to political scientists, historians, sociologists, and those interested in current affairs.

Common terms and phrases:
Baburam Bhattarai Dalit Hindu India Janajati monarch Newar people’s Sher Bahadur Deuba Terai Tharu

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http://ifile.it/39t1q5a/Reflections on the world economic crisis Andre Gunder Frank.pdf
http://ifile.it/tfbjrdo/Speech on the celebration of the founding of the Revolutionary Communist Party, U.S.A Author Avakian, Bob.pdf


http://ifile.it/oe5nsdu/The hidden history of the Korean War, 1950-1951  I.F. Stone ; with a preface by Bruce Cumings.pdf
http://ifile.it/60cxetz/The people_s war in Nepal  left perspectives  by Arjun Karki, David Seddon.pdf



  
http://ifile.it/xrwn5ei/The politics of U.S. labor  from the Great Depression to the New Deal  David Milton.pdf
http://ifile.it/98k6smr/reagan and the world.pdf
http://ifile.it/hq072o9/The spring thunder and after  a survey of the Maoist and ultra-leftist movements in India, 1962-75.pdf
  
  
  

 
 
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http://ifile.it/1hvzlfp/The struggle over Lebanon  by Tabitha Petran.pdf
Describes the origin and development of the current civil war in Lebanon, including the role of the United States, Israel and other foreign powers, from the perspective of a journalist with many years experience in the region

Common terms and phrases:
Israel Kataeb Lebanese Forces Lebanese Front Lebanese National Movement Maronite Muslim Shi'a West Beirut

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http://ifile.it/wt85as6/The Taching oilfield  a Maoist model for economic development.pdf

China's main producer of crude oil and a national model tor all industry. This paper relates the history, of this remarkable complex and its development from its discovery, through the disruptions of the Cultural Revolution up to the leading position it holds today. Mrs Chan analyses Taching's pattern of development and discusses its successes and failures. She extends her discussion to embrace Mao Tse-tung's aims in economic development and also draws some conclusions about the feasibility of Maoist economic development for China.
Because of the close interrelationship between social, political and economic development that exists there this paper will be of interest to all observers of China, particularly those concerned with its economic development.
Leslie Chan graduated from Brandeis University, Massachusetts, and is an M.A. of the University of Hawaii. Her main interest is the economic development of China and she is at present lecturing in economics at Hong Kong Baptist College and studying Chinese agricultural development.


http://ifile.it/9ugz2li/Toward a Marxist theory of nationalism  Horace B. Davis.pdf
Foreword 1
1. Introduction 3
2. The Ethics of Nationalism 28
3. The Theory of Nationalism:
Luxemburg, Stalin, Lenin, and Trotsky 54
4. The National Question in the Soviet Union 88
5. "Solving the National Question"
in Yugoslavia 135
6. Nationalism and the Chinese Revolution 165
7. Latin America: Nationalism or Revolution? 182
8. Social Classes and the Formation of Nations: Fanon, Cabrai, and the African
Liberation Struggle 202
9. Conclusion 240 Notes 247 Bibliography 263 Index 279



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Armenia Bolsheviks Croatian Lenin proletariat Rosa Luxemburg Russian socialist Soviet Union Stalin Yugoslavia

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http://ifile.it/4vfptod/Unity and struggle  speeches and writings  Amilcar Cabral ; texts selected by the PAIGC.pdf
Abbreviations
Introduction Basil Davidson Biographical notes Mario de Andrade
PART 1    The Weapon of Theory
WRITINGS OF YOUTH
1 Two poems 3
MAN AND LAND
2 Agricultural Census of Guine 4
PORTUGUESE COLONIAL DOMINATION
3 The facts about Portugal's African Colonies 17
PARTY PRINCIPLES AND POLITICAL PRACTICE
4 Unity and struggle 28
5 To start out from the reality of our land - to be realists 44
6 Our Party and the struggle must be led by the best sons and 64 daughters of our people
7 Struggle of the people, by the people, for the people 75
8 Independence of thought and action 79
9 Not everyone is of the Party 83
10 Revolutionary Democracy 93
11 Fidelity to Party principles 98
12 For the improvement of our political work 99
VIII
ix
xviii
ON THE AFRICAN REVOLUTION
13 Homage to Kwame Nkrumah
THE WEAPON OF THEORY
14 Presuppositions and objectives of national liberation in relation to social structure
NATIONAL CULTURE
15 National liberation and culture
PART 2    Revolutionary Practice
THE STRATEGY FOR POLITICAL MOBILIZATION
16 Message to Guinean and Cape Verdian civil servants and 157 employees in commerce
17 Message to the Portuguese settlers in Guiné and Cape Verde 160
18 Message to the soldiers, officers and NCOs of the Portuguese 163 colonial army
19 Memorandum from the African Party for the Independence of 166 Guine and Cape Verde (PAIGC) to the Portuguese Government
20 An open note to the Portuguese Government 172
ARMED ACTION AND MILITARY METHODS
21 Proclamation of direct action 174
22 The battle of Como and the Congress of Cassaca 175

23 The eighth year of armed struggle for national liberation
24 The situation of PAIGC's struggle in January 1973 211
GENERAL WATCHWORDS
25 Be aware at every moment of the situation of the struggle 224
26 Continually develop and strengthen political work and Party 227 organization
27 Constantly improve organization of our armed forces 229
28 Know well our own strength and the enemy strength 233
29 Strengthen security and discipline in all sectors of the struggle 236
30 Destroy the economy of the enemy and build our own economy 239
31 Improve our knowledge and defend our health 242
32 Apply Party principles in practice 245
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
33 The options of CONCP 251
34 The people of Guine and Cape Verde before the UN 261
THF STATE OF GUINÉ-BISSAU
35 Creation of the People's National Assembly in Guine
36 New Year's message
277 288


http://ifile.it/g23c4hf/War crimes in Vietnam Author Russell, Bertrand.pdf
INTRODUCTION
Background to the American involvement
1. THE PRESS AND VIETNAM
Some early attempts to make known the character of the war and the role of the usa in it, including exchanges with the New York Times in early 1963
2. WAR AND ATROCITY IN VIETNAM
An early account of the barbarous nature of the war
3. FREE WORLD BARBARISM
Cold War myths which obscure the issues at stake in Vietnam
4. DANGER IN  SOUTH-EAST ASIA
A brief examination of the claim that only 'non-lethal' gases were in use in South Vietnam
5. THE COLD  WAR:  A  NEW PHASE?
How the usa has replaced former colonial powers in Asia and elsewhere
6. THE SELECTION  OF  TARGETS  IN CHINA us escalation of the war
7. THE  LABOUR   PARTY'S   FOREIGN POLICY
A speech on the bankruptcy of the Labour Party's foreign policy, leading to resignation from the party
8. PEACE THROUGH  RESISTANCE  TO US IMPERIALISM
The world context in which the war occurs
9- THE  ONLY  HONOURABLE  POLICY IOI A comparison of the peace terms of the Vietnamese and those of Churchill in World War II
10. BROADCAST  ON  NATIONAL  LIBERATION FRONT
RADIO TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS 107 An appeal to American soldiers, urging them to refrain from further war crimes
IX. SPEECH TO THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE
OF SOLIDARITY 112 The necessity for solidarity with the people of Vietnam
12. APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE Il6 The character of the war and the responsibility of the American people
postscript: 125
The International War Crimes Tribunal
APPENDIX BY RALPH SCHOENMAN: Report from North Vietnam
131


http://ifile.it/b8rp21i/White collar politics  Martin Oppenheimer.pdf

Contents
Acknowledgments ix
1. The White Collar Issue: Introductory Remarks 1
2. The Problem of U.S. Exceptionalism 20
3. Theories of the Middle Strata: Elites, Vanguards,
and the "New Class" 45
4. Theories of the Middle Strata: Radical and Revolutionary Masses and Classes 64
5. Trends: People, Paychecks, and the Paperless Office 85
6. The Hidden Proletariat: Women Office Workers 111
7. The Professions: The Great Schism 133
8. White Collar Unions: Consciousness for What? 156
9. White Collar Politics: Class, Identity, and Party 181 10. Contradictory Locations, Contradictory Consciousness:
A Summation 194
Bibliography 203
Index 215

http://ifile.it/ctol7mp/Work, politics, and power  an international perspective on workers_ control and self-management.pdf

Work, politics, and power an international perspective on workers_ control and self-management.pdf

Introduction • .
I
PART ONE: THEORY
1. Workers' control in Europe: an historical introduction
The earliest phase: the Utopian socialists World War One and its consequences Eastern Europe 1968: a new explosion
2. Workers' control: arguments and approaches
Arguments for workers' participation Four approaches to workers' control Shifts in the debate in the 1980s The debate moves to the south
3. The study of Third World workers* control 45
What is workers' control? 45
Third World labour studies 48
The study of workers' control in the Third World 51 Third World conditions for the emergence of workers' control:
an alternative view 55
PART TWO: PRACTICE 59
4. Workers' control in conditions of dual power
(Russia 1917, Algeria 1962, Chile 1973, Portugal 1974, Iran 1979] 63
The background 63
The gathering momentum 67
How they functioned: from defensive to offensive control 71
Achievements 76
Weaknesses and disintegration 79
Summary and conclusions 92
5. Workers' control in Third World socialist states
[China, Cuba, Mozambique, Nicaragua] 94
Introduction 94
Origins and development 97
Structures and mechanisms of participation 102
Achievements 106
Impetus and ideology 110
Constraints and conflicts 1 IS
Summary and conclusions 128
6. Workers' participation and Third World populist regimes (Nasser's Egypt,   Nyerere's Tanzania,  Velasco's Peru,
Ecevit's Turkey) 130
Political populism and workers' control 130
Initiative and structure 132
Populist ideology and workers' participation 136
Pragmatic imperatives 141
Limitations, contradictions and disintegration 142
Summary and conclusions 149
7. Prospects for workers' participation under the normal conditions of peripheral capitalism
[India, Malta, South Africa, Black African trade unions] 152
Natural workers' control in smallscalc enterprises 153
Cooperatives and control 155
Initiative from above and control from below 156
Trade union participation 160
The possibility of grassroots participation 166
Conclusions 172
PART THREE: PROSPECTS 175
8. The division of labour, new technology and workers' control 177
Problems and prospects for workers' control in the Third World 177
The division of labour: concept and typology 180 Modern technologies and the transformation of the labour
process                                                              m 183
Hi-tech and workers' participation 188
Possibility of a redivision of labour? 191
Conclusion: implications for the Third World 203
Bibliography 20Q
Index
234

Value and crisis: essays on Marxian economics in Japan
http://ifile.it/wlzt8ip
Preface and Acknowledgments
1. The Development of Marxian Economics in Japan
I. The Pre-World War I Period 12
II. The Fervent Debates of the I nterwar Period 15
III. The Postwar Period 26
IV. A Brief Conclusion 45
2. A Study of Marx's Theory of Value 47
I. The Twofold Concept of Value 47
II. The Forms of Value 52
III. The Substance of Value 58
IV. Prices of PtoducAion 66
3. Marx's Theory of Market Value 80
I. The Problems in Marx's Theory of Market Value SO
II. The Technical Average Theory of Market Value 84
III. Unos Theory of Market Value 86
IV. Prices of Production and Market Value 89
4. The Formation of Marx s Theory of Crisis 93
I. Two Types of Crisis Theory 94
II. Crisis Theory in the Qrundrisse 95
III. Crisis Theory in Theories of Surplus Value 101
IV. Completion of the Crisis Theory in Capital 106
5. Marxist Theories of Crisis 119
I. The Diversity of Crisis Theories 119
II. Completing the Basic Theory of Crisis 130
III. The Metamorphoses of Crisis 138
6. The Inflational Crisis of World Capitalism 150
I. The Inflational Crisis of the 1970s 150
II. How to Apply Marx's Theory of Crisis 152
III. The Overaccumulation of World Capital ism 15 5
IV. The Breakdown of the Relative Stability of
Postwar World Capitalism 161
Notes 167
Index 187


Ujamaa villages in Tanzania: analysis of a social experiment
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Introduction Ackn o wledgemen ts
xi xvii
PART ONE      General Analysis 1
chapter 1    The Colonial Heritage of Ihc Peasants 3
Symptoms of Underdevelopment 3 How Peasant Societies in Tanga became Undeidevcloped 6
chapter 2    Communalization as the Pre-Condiiion for
an Agricultural Revolution 22
The Advantages of Co-operation in
Agriculture 2'2
The Possibilities for Division of Labour 25 The Technical Aspects of an Intermediate
Rural Transformation 28 The Realization of the Potential
Advantages of Producer Co-operatives 30
chapter 3    Government Staff and Ujamaa Villages 32
The Social Position of Government Staff 32 The Role of Village-Level Staff before
'Ujamaa Vijijini' 33 The Beginnings of 'Ujamaa Vijijini1 in
Tanga 43 The Problem of Consolidating Ujamaa
Villages 47 The Functions of Residential Staff in
Ujamaa Villages 50 The Aftermath 55
chapter 4
Individualism and Communalism among the Peasants
60
The Background to Co-operation 61
Conceptions of Ujamaa 72
Problems of Village Organization 82
chapter 5    The Economic Development of Ujamaa
Villages 90
The Material Base of Ujamaa Villages in
Tanga _ 90 Rural Development Strategies after the
Proclamation of 'Ujamaa Vijijini' 92
Small-Scale Industries 99
Planning of Development Projects 102
The Marketing System 104
chapter 6   The World Bank and Communal
Production 108
The Impact of the World Bank on
Agricultural Development 108
The Technology of World Bank Projects 110 The Attitude of the World Bank towards
Communal Farmers 111 The Influence of the World Bank on the
Planning of Projects  13
postscript Lessons from the Tanzanian Experiment 116
PART TWO     Case Studies
Segera: A Village Started with Farce 125 Kitumbi-Chanika and Kitumbi-Tibili: Two Villages that
Refused to Become One 142
Mkinga Leo: The Progressive Village 157 Stahabu: The Effects of Too Much Aid on an Ujamaa
Village 170
The Villages Revisited 185
References 192
Index 199

Transitional economic systems the Polish-Czech example Author Douglas, Dorothy W. (Dorothy Wolff).pdf

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"Transitional Economic Systems is the story of the birthpangs of socialism in Northeastern Europe. But it is a great deal more than that. It is a pioneer work in an area of economics which has subsequently been categorized as 'comparative economic systems.' In the late Professor Douglas's book there are three principal areas of comparison: (1) a comparison of the prewar capitalist and the postwar socialist economic conditions anc institutions in both Poland and Czechoslovakia (2) a comparison of the common and dissimilar problems facing Poland and Czechoslovakia in the immediate postwar years; and (3) a comparison of the similarities and differences between the Czechoslovak and Polish experience and that of the foremost socialist country, the Soviet Union. There are also minor comparisons with the postwar experiences of the Labour government in attempting to socialize Great Britain.
"Dr. Douglas was a contemporary economic anthropologist, making extensive trips in both 1948 and 1949 behind what Sir Winston Churchill had only recently labeled the '.iron curtain.' In the comparatively fluid situation of that time, she was able to conduct extensive on-the-spot interviews in the newly socialized factories, on the nascent collective farms, with the new socialist administrators, and with disgruntled representatives of the expropriated classes — all of which are richly documented in this volume."
-From the Introduction by Lynn Turgeon


http://ifile.it/n6u2kbd/On art and literature  critical writings  by José Marti .pdf

This is the fourth and final volume of a comprehensive collection of the writings of Cuba's great man of letters, José Marti. The first volume concentrated on the United States, the second on Latin America, and the third on education and pedagogy. But Marti is increasingly recognized as a brilliant critic and literary commentator, and this volume brings together his essays on literature, the plastic arts, theater, and music, few of which have previously been available in English
José Marti, the prime organizer and ideologist of Cuba's Second War for Independence, which began in 1895, was that rare individual who combined great literary talent and a keen understanding of social and political issues with a genius for revolutionary organization. Marti took a keen interest in American life, and was especially involved in understanding and evaluating the nation's literature. Included here are his essays on

http://ifile.it/kt0vjp4/No fire, no thunder  the threat of chemical and biological weapons  Seán Murphy, Alastair Hay.pdf


Contents
Acknowledgements / ix
1. Chemical and biological weapons: the present threat / I
2. Chemical weapons / 7
3. Biological weapons / 26
4. Yellow rain / 49
5. Chemical and biological warfare: military scenarios / 62
6. The law / 76
7. Hands across the sea: the UK-usa alliance / 88
8- Developments in chemical and biological weapons / 94 9. What lo do / 101 Tables
1. Chemical agents and their effects /111
2. The lethality of chemical agents compared with some selected natural poisons / 114
3. Pathogenic micro-organisms studied as potential biological warfare agents / 115
4. Major toxic trichothecenes, their lethality and their origin / 122
5. The 1925 Geneva Protocol: signatories' (ratified) position on retaliation in kind / 123
Notes / 125
Further reading / 137
Index /138

http://ifile.it/n6u2kbd/On art and literature  critical writings  by José Marti .pdf
This is the fourth and final volume of a comprehensive collection of the writings of Cuba's great man of letters, José Marti. The first volume concentrated on the United States, the second on Latin America, and the third on education and pedagogy. But Marti is increasingly recognized as a brilliant critic and literary commentator, and this volume brings together his essays on literature, the plastic arts, theater, and music, few of which have previously been available in English
José Marti, the prime organizer and ideologist of Cuba's Second War for Independence, which began in 1895, was that rare individual who combined great literary talent and a keen understanding of social and political issues with a genius for revolutionary organization. Marti took a keen interest in American life, and was especially involved in understanding and evaluating the nation's literature.


Offers a selection of the Hispanic poet and social commentator's critical views on a variety of topics in the visual arts and literature.

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beautiful color Cuba Cuban Revolutionary Party Emerson gaucho Leaves of Grass Louisa May Alcott Mark Twain painter painting poem poet poetry Pushkin soul Walt Whitman

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http://ifile.it/kt0vjp4/No fire, no thunder  the threat of chemical and biological weapons  Seán Murphy, Alastair Hay.pdf
Contents
Acknowledgements / ix
1. Chemical and biological weapons: the present threat / I
2. Chemical weapons / 7
3. Biological weapons / 26
4. Yellow rain / 49
5. Chemical and biological warfare: military scenarios / 62
6. The law / 76
7. Hands across the sea: the UK-usa alliance / 88
8- Developments in chemical and biological weapons / 94 9. What lo do / 101 Tables
1. Chemical agents and their effects /111
2. The lethality of chemical agents compared with some selected natural poisons / 114
3. Pathogenic micro-organisms studied as potential biological warfare agents / 115
4. Major toxic trichothecenes, their lethality and their origin / 122
5. The 1925 Geneva Protocol: signatories' (ratified) position on retaliation in kind / 123
Notes / 125
Further reading / 137
Index /138

Nye udviklinger i kemiske og biologiske våbensystemer. Skemaer med typer og virkninger. Mulighederne for internationalt forbud mod produktion og brug af disse våben.

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http://ifile.it/93s2hzc/A difficult road  the transition to socialism in Mozambique  edited by John S. Saul.pdf

Acknowledgments 7
Introduction 9
Part I: Mozambique: An Overview
1. The Context: Colonialism and Revolution
John S. Saul 35
2. The Content: A Transition to Socialism?     John S. Saul 75
Part II; Case Studies
3. Making Education Revolutionary     JudiXh Marshall 155
4. The Challenge of Agriculture      Helena Dolny 211
5. The Struggle for New Social Relations
of Production in Industry      Peter Sketchley 253
6. Territorial Dilemmas: Changing Urban Life
Barry Pinsky 279
7. Bringing Health Care to the People      Carol Barker 316
8. The Last Transition? Women and
Development      Stephanie Urdang 347
Part III: Afterword
9. Nkomati and After     John S. Saul 391
Notes on Contributors
419


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FRELIMO Mozambican Mozambique Samora Machel South Africa

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http://ifile.it/u8l7b3n/Case studies on the labor process  edited by Andrew Zimbalist.pdf
Introduction
Andrew Zimbalist
The Industrialization of Computer Programming: From Programming to "Software Production" Philip Kraft
Social Choice in Machine Design:
The Case of Automatically Controlled Machine Tools David F. Noble
Proletarianizing Clerical Work:
Technology and Organizational Control in the Office
Evelyn Nakano Glenn and Roslyn L. Feldberg
Carpentry: The Craft and Trade Bob Reckman
Technology and the Labor Process in the Printing Industry
Andrew Zimbalist
The San Francisco Waterfront:
The Social Consequences of Industrial
Modernization
Herb Mills
Work Relations in the Coal Industry: The Handloading Era, 1880-1930 Keith Dix
The Labor Process in Coal Mining: Struggle for Control Michael Yarrow
Origins of the Assembly Line and Capitalist Control of Work at Ford David Gartman
Roots of Power: Employers and Workers in the Electrical Products Industry Jeremy Brecher
Person and Machine in a New England Factory Susan DiGiacomo Mulcahy and Robert R. Faulkner
Insurance: A Clerical Work Factory Maarten de Kadi
Fighting the Piece-Rate System: New Dimensions of an Old Struggle in the Apparel Industry Louise Lamphere
The Piece Rate: Class Struggle on the Shop Floor. Evidence from the Costume Jewelry Industry in Providence, Rhode Island Nina Shapiro-Perl
Bibliography

http://ifile.it/6zb832l/Empty promises  quality of working life programs and the labor movement  Donald M. Wells.pdf

Compares the introduction of Quality of Work Life programs in two different factories, and argues that these programs undermine worker solidarity and weaken unions

Common terms and phrases:
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http://ifile.it/8zh0mbf/Fighting two colonialisms  women in Guinea-Bissau  by Stephanie Urdang.pdf
For eleven and a half years, under the leadership of the Partido Africano da Independent^ da Guiné e Cabo Verde (PAIGC). the people of the small West African nation of Guinea-Bissau waged a bitter war against the Portuguese, which ended in victory in 1974. The goal of the war was not only to end colonialism: it was fought with a vision of a revolutionary transformation of the society, and an essential aspect of this process was the liberation of women. As the Guineans themselves said. "In Guinea-Bissau, the women have to fight two colonialisms: the one of the Portuguese and the other of men."
Stephanie Urdang traveled through Guinea-Bissau during the war in 1974. and again after independence. On her first trip, she marched through parts of the liberated areas, interviewing many women—young and old. peasants, militants, cadres, leaders—in an effort to understand how the quest to build a new society was affecting their lives. Using these interviews, integrated with her own impressions and analysis, she presents a vivid picture of the process and meaning of revolutionary change.
The introduction describes the culture and economy of Guinea-Bissau, as well as the goals and achievements of the revolution. The following chapters bring to life the oppression that characterized the lives of peasant women, the ways in which the RMGC encouraged them to participate in the liberation struggle, and the way these women mobilized to fight the "other colonialism." learning that this was a battle they had to win for themselves.
Two final chapters describe Urdang's return to an independent Guinea-Bissau two years later. She is frank about the problems confronting the new nation in its effort to find an independent road to socialism, and presents the women's own assessments of their successes and failures as emancipation proceeds during the difficult transitional stage of national development.
The book is both a moving and highly informative account of the way in which one aspect of a revolutionary process.


http://ifile.it/m2e7g8w/Maoist spring thunder  the Naxalite movement 1967-1972  Arun Prosad Mukherjee.pdf

Chiefly with reference to Naxalbari and Calcutta, India.




  
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http://ifile.it/r7mhjy9/The cultural cold war  the CIA and the world of arts and letters  Frances Stonor Saunders.pdf
This volume, the most comprehensive account yet of the CIA's activities between 1947 & 1967, presents shocking evidence of the CIA's manipulative cultural undertakings during the Cold War. This impressively detailed book draws together newly declassified documents & exclusive interviews to expose the CIA's astonishing campaign wherein some of the most vocal exponents of intellectual freedom -- including George Orwell, Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., & Gloria Steinem -- become instruments of the American government. A true story of intrigue & betrayal. B&W photos. A real contribution to popular understanding of the postwar period.

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http://ifile.it/6w03pns/The revolution disarmed, Chile, 1970-1973  Gabriel Smirnow.pdf
CONTENTS
Introduction 1
1 April 1971: Advances and Retreats 9
2 The Debate over the Middle Classes 18
3 The Economic Program and Laws of the Market 33
4 Development of the Class Struggle 48
5 October 1972: The First Bourgeois Insurrection 65
6 Popular Power 81
7 March 1973:
The "Parliamentary Road" of the Right 100
8 The Institutions of the Capitalist State 119
9 September 1973: The Triumph of Reaction 140 10 A Chilean Road to Socialism? 157



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http://ifile.it/dk5agzw/Ujamaa villages in Tanzania  analysis of a social experiment  Michaela von Freyhold.pdf

Introduction Ackn o wledgemen ts
xi xvii
PART ONE      General Analysis 1
chapter 1    The Colonial Heritage of Ihc Peasants 3
Symptoms of Underdevelopment 3 How Peasant Societies in Tanga became Undeidevcloped 6
chapter 2    Communalization as the Pre-Condiiion for
an Agricultural Revolution 22
The Advantages of Co-operation in
Agriculture 2'2
The Possibilities for Division of Labour 25 The Technical Aspects of an Intermediate
Rural Transformation 28 The Realization of the Potential
Advantages of Producer Co-operatives 30
chapter 3    Government Staff and Ujamaa Villages 32
The Social Position of Government Staff 32 The Role of Village-Level Staff before
'Ujamaa Vijijini' 33 The Beginnings of 'Ujamaa Vijijini1 in
Tanga 43 The Problem of Consolidating Ujamaa
Villages 47 The Functions of Residential Staff in
Ujamaa Villages 50 The Aftermath 55
chapter 4
Individualism and Communalism among the Peasants
60
The Background to Co-operation 61
Conceptions of Ujamaa 72
Problems of Village Organization 82
chapter 5    The Economic Development of Ujamaa
Villages 90
The Material Base of Ujamaa Villages in
Tanga _ 90 Rural Development Strategies after the
Proclamation of 'Ujamaa Vijijini' 92
Small-Scale Industries 99
Planning of Development Projects 102
The Marketing System 104
chapter 6   The World Bank and Communal
Production 108
The Impact of the World Bank on
Agricultural Development 108
The Technology of World Bank Projects 110 The Attitude of the World Bank towards
Communal Farmers 111 The Influence of the World Bank on the
Planning of Projects  13
postscript Lessons from the Tanzanian Experiment 116
PART TWO     Case Studies
Segera: A Village Started with Farce 125 Kitumbi-Chanika and Kitumbi-Tibili: Two Villages that
Refused to Become One 142
Mkinga Leo: The Progressive Village 157 Stahabu: The Effects of Too Much Aid on an Ujamaa
Village 170
The Villages Revisited 185
References 192
Index 199



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http://ifile.it/wlzt8ip/Value and crisis  essays on Marxian economics in Japan  Makoto Itoh.pdf
Preface and Acknowledgments
1. The Development of Marxian Economics in Japan
I. The Pre-World War I Period 12
II. The Fervent Debates of the I nterwar Period 15
III. The Postwar Period 26
IV. A Brief Conclusion 45
2. A Study of Marx's Theory of Value 47
I. The Twofold Concept of Value 47
II. The Forms of Value 52
III. The Substance of Value 58
IV. Prices of PtoducAion 66
3. Marx's Theory of Market Value 80
I. The Problems in Marx's Theory of Market Value SO
II. The Technical Average Theory of Market Value 84
III. Unos Theory of Market Value 86
IV. Prices of Production and Market Value 89
4. The Formation of Marx s Theory of Crisis 93
I. Two Types of Crisis Theory 94
II. Crisis Theory in the Qrundrisse 95
III. Crisis Theory in Theories of Surplus Value 101
IV. Completion of the Crisis Theory in Capital 106
5. Marxist Theories of Crisis 119
I. The Diversity of Crisis Theories 119
II. Completing the Basic Theory of Crisis 130
III. The Metamorphoses of Crisis 138
6. The Inflational Crisis of World Capitalism 150
I. The Inflational Crisis of the 1970s 150
II. How to Apply Marx's Theory of Crisis 152
III. The Overaccumulation of World Capital ism 15 5
IV. The Breakdown of the Relative Stability of
Postwar World Capitalism 161
Notes 167
Index 187



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http://ifile.it/gq3rafp/David and Goliath  the U.S. war against Nicaragua  William I. Robinson, Kent Norsworthy.pdf

Preface: One Goliath, a World of Davids
9
Part 1: The U.S. Strategy
1. Inside Goliath 15
2. The War of the Jackal 39
3. The New Strategy Takes Shape 80
4. Recasting Tactics: Changes in the Battlefields 96
5. Political Warriors and Socioeconomic Attrition 116
6. Casting Long Shadows: The Conflict Environment 156
7. The Internal Front: 1979-1984 193
8. The Counterrevolution: The "Thousand Factors"
That Did Not Come Together 228
Part 2: The Revolution Defends Itself
9. Total Defense: The Military Theater 251
10. Total Defense: The Nonrnilitary Theaters 281
11. Crisis in the Counterrevolution 309
Part 3: Conclusion
12. David's Victory 337
Epilogue: The Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost 353
Notes 357

http://ifile.it/ld20p9a/mao tse-tung and gandhi.pdf

CONTENTS
CHAPTER
One: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND / Two:   IDEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES 17 Three:   PEOPLE'S WAR AND SATYAGRAHA 43 Four:   MASS LINE AND CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAMME Five :   PROFILES OF PROGRESS 102 Six:  TOWARDS A THIRD MODEL 128 Notes 141 Index 151



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http://ifile.it/wa3f7og/Maoist insurgency since Vietnam.pdf

This is the first major work to be published which analyses the phenomenon of revolutions based on a Maoist model, namely Thailand, the Philippines, Peru and Sri Lanka. Unlike the Vietnamese Communists, however, all these insurgencies modelled on Mao have failed, having been successfully contained by their governments. The question is how did the world's strongest power - America - fail where Third World governments have succeeded? The author seeks to provide the answers in order to learn not only about the Maoist 'people's war' and counter-insurgency, but also to identify the factors which contribute to a revolution.

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http://ifile.it/uz3cndo/Revolutionary violence  a study of the Maoist movement in India  Manoranjan Mohanty.pdf

Preface vii Introduction xv
Revolutionary Strategy in Maoist Outlook : A Proposition I
Strategy ; Environment : The Contingent Considerations; Ideology : The Universal Perspective ; Organisation ; Nature of Revolutionary Strategy
TWO
The Environment of Revolt 31
The Agrarian Situation in the Naxalbari Area ; The Naxalbari Movement ; The Agrarian Situation in Srikakulam ; The Srikakulam movement ; A Comparative Note
THREE
Ideology of the Indian Revolutionaries 60
People's War Oullook and the Indian Communist Movement ; Towards Revolutionary Armed Struggle ; Reformulation of a Maoist Line : Maoist View of the Indian Environment ; Ideology and Creativity

FOUR
Pre-organisational Character of the Maoist Movement in India 97
Political Coordination ; CP1 (M-L) and Ma/umdar's Leadership ; Maoist Groups ; Efforts Toward Unity ; Organisational Character
FIVE
Strategy and Performance 140
Strategic Aspects of the Indian Maoists' Outlook ; Armed Mass Campaigns ; Armed Squad Actions ; In Other Areas : Stalemate and Police Measures ; Debates on Strategy
SIX
China, the Bangladesh War and the Movement 188
"Left" Phase of China's Foreign Policy ; Policy Considerations; The Bangladesh Issue ; International Support and Revolutionary Creativity
SEVEN
Final Notes 219
Appendices 224
I "Spring Thunder Over India"
II Programme of the CP! (M-L) 1970
III Open Letter to Party Comrades
IV The National Situation, the Emergency and Our Task
Index 259

http://ifile.it/406qdex/sandino.pdf

This is a compelling and dramatic account of a struggle in Nicaraguan history which is well-known throughout Latin America, but which has never received the attention in the United States which it so richly merits: in 1927 a guerrilla war was unleashed in the jungles and mountains of Nicaragua by a ragged and hungry group of compatriots who grew in number from 26 to 3,000 — against 6,000 well-fed. well-trained, and well-equipped U.S. Marines. For seven years the invaders were held at bay.
The leader of this remarkable guernlla band was Augusto César Sandino. A mechanic and miner of peasant and Indian stock, he never lost sight of his prime objective: to nd Nicaragua of the U.S. army of occupation and the business interests it was protecting: 'Seeing that the United States of North America, lacking any right except that with which brute force endows it. would deprive us of our country and our liberty. I have accepted its unjust challenge, leaving to History the responsibility for my actions.''
And indeed, history has more than vindicated Sandino. The seeds he and his followers planted have come to fruition a little more than fifty years later; the Frente San-dinista de Liberaciôn Nacional has not only
honored his name but has drawn many important lessons from his struggle and his teachings in the process of carrying out the Nicaraguan Revolution of July 1979.
Gregorio Selser, an Argentinian now residing in Mexico, is also the author of El pequeho ejército loco (The Mad Little Army), another study of Sandino and his followers. For the English language edition of Sandino, he has added an Afterword and a Conclusion.

http://ifile.it/ro1mifl/The Faltering economy  the problem of accumulation under monopoly capitalism  John Bellamy Foster.pdf
The essays in this volume, by veteran economists as well as younger scholars, are part of a radical attempt to grapple with the problems of advanced capitalist development without discarding the real theoretical breakthroughs made by Keynes. The contributors argue that Keynes was correct in pointing to the economic contradictions stemming from unemployment, income inequality, and speculative finance, but failed to consider the class composition of social output, the macroeconomic effects of the modern firm, and the atrophy of investment under conditions of capitalist maturity. They thus seek to uncover the sources of stagnation under monopoly capitalism by building on the work of three of the great economists of modern times: Marx, Keynes, and Kalecki.

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capitalist economic surplus investment labor power Marx Michal Kalecki monopoly capitalism rate of exploitation rate of profit surplus value wages

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http://ifile.it/2etafzg/World accumulation, 1492-1789  Andre Gunder Frank.pdf
Most of Andre Gunder Frank's early work on the nature of underdevelopment focused on one continent: Latin America. Here he broadened his canvas and traced the world-wide effects of the process of capital accumulation from the period just prior to the discovery of America to the industrial and French revolutions. It is Frank's thesis that "the world has experienced a single all-embracing, albeit unequal and uneven, process of capital accumulation centered in Western Europe," which has been capitalist for at least two centuries.

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http://ifile.it/u7khali/The%20Naxalite%20movement%20in%20India%20%20origin%20and%20failure%20of%20the%20Maoist%20revolutionary%20strategy%20in%20West%20Bengal.pdf

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Introduction
1
CHAPTER 1
The Origin of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) 8
The CPI and Its Policies—Rifts Within the CPI—The Split Within the CPI: 1964—Formation of the CPI(M) in West Bengal
CHAPTER 2 The Naxalite Movement 30
Origin—Reasons for   the   Emergence—Programme  of the Naxalites—Social Composition of the Naxalites
CHAPTER 3 Formation of the CPI (M-L) 54
All India Coordination Committee of Revolutionaries—Policies of CPI (M-L)—Leadership—Factional Struggle—Impact Upon the CPI and the CPI(M)
CHAPTER 4 United Front Government in West Bengal 69
Split of Congress Party in West Bengal: 1966—Emergence of the Baugla Congress—Elections of 1967 and 1969 in West Bengal —Formation of the United Front and its Policies— Polarization Within the United Front—Split oftheCPI(M) and the Merger of the Left Wing with the Naxalites
CHAPTER 5 Response of the Central Government
President's Rule Imposed Upon West Bengal—Military and Police Operations—Agrarian Reforms—Problems of Implementation of Land Reforms
CHAPTER 6 Reasons for the Failure of the Naxalite Movement
Narrow Social Base of the Revolutionary Movement—Factional Struggle Within the Movement—Land-Grab Movement Misfired—Collapse of the United Front Government—Effective Measures of the Central Government—Reforms—Green Revolution
CONCLUSION
Is Armed Revolution Possible in India?—New Legislation Against Landed Aristocracy—Legislation Against Social Disabilities—The Naxalite Problem Under the Janata Government
Appendices Bibliography
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Hello,

Do you comrades have these books from India

Naxalbari and After: A Frontier Anthology Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
The Historic Turning Point: A Liberation Anthology Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

Red salute,
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Hello,

Do you comrades have these books from India


.......


The historic turning-point a liberation anthology vol1

http://ifile.it/5jbp1ih/the historic turning-point a liberation anthology vol1.pdf


http://ifile.it/fmig2c4/the historic turning-point a liberation anthology vol 2.pdf

Collected articles of Indian Maoist journal Liberation from 1960s to 1970s.
  
  
  

 
 
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Thank you very much comrade.

Sorry for any inconvenience/trouble.
  
  
  

 
 
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"International Maoism in the Developing World" by Robert J. Alexander

Is this book available?

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Would it be possible for someone to reupload "The Morning Deluge" by Han Suyin? the link previously supplied is dead. Much thanks
  
  
  

 
 
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