Peasant Movements in India 1920-1950

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Oxford University Press, 1991 - India - 254 pages
This book has become established as the most important analysis of the role of the peasantry in revolutionary or near-revolutionary movements in India. It also establishes the sorts of social structure and historical circumstances that are conducive to peasant revolts and movements.For people who wish to learn about movements such as Tebhaga and Jharkhand, as well as about peasant politics in India, this is the best book to possess.

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D. N. Dhanagare, Professor of Sociology, University of Poona.

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