India, nation-state and communalism: to honour Dr. Nandlal Gupta
Published by Patriot Publishers on behalf of Indian Centre for Regional Affairs, Jun 1, 1989 - Political Science - 148 pages
This Volume Examines The Dynamics Of Communalism. It Covers The Historical Perspective, Socio-Cultural Bases, Nexus With Imperialism & Certain Foreign Forces, Truck With Religion, Hindu Rationals, Erronons And Politicization Of Punjab, Role Of The Working Class In Fighting The Malaise Etc. A Team Of Intellectuals (Bipin Chandra, Mohit Sen, Satyapal Dang, Moinshakir, Asghar Ali Engineer To Name A Few) Show How The Disease Spreads And Pollutes The Psyche Of The People.
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The SocioCultural Bases of Communalism
South Asian Portents
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