Dynamics Of Agrarian Struggle

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Anmol Publications, 1996 - Agriculture and politics - 184 pages
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Kerala Has Had The Unique Experience Of Agrarian Struggles. With The Emergence Of The Leftist Group In The Indian National Movement, The Peasantry Got Organized. Consequently A Series Of Politically Oriented Uprisings Were Spearheaded By The Communist Party Of India In Collaboration With The Karshaka Sangham, The State Unit Of The All India Kisan Sabha (All India Peasant Union).The Communists Mainly Followed Three Approaches To The Land Issue: Guerilla Warfare, Political Agitation And Parliamentary Action. This Study Tries To Analyse These Three Channels Of Communist Politics From 1920S To 1970S. It Centers Around A National Political Leader, A.K. Gopalan. Akg , Is A Case Of Middle Level Political Leadership In The Developing Countries. A.K. Gopalan As A President Of All India Kisan Sakha, Spearheaded Several Political Movements And Struggles Throughout The Country. He Was Also Behind The Land Reform Legislation Initiated B Y The First Communist Government In Kerala. The Book Will Be An Interesting Study For Sociologists Political Economist, Historians And General Readers As Well.

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