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Nationalist Thought and the Colonial World: A Derivative Discourse
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already indicated Awami League Bangladesh Bengal British caste colonial power Communist Congress consolidation context critical Dalits development and centralization dialectical dominant class Eelam EPRLF exposition external fact favourable hege hegemonic construction hegemonic tradition highlighted Hindu Hindu majority Hinduism independent India's pre-eminent position Indian government Indian origin Indian ruling class indicated in Chapter Indira Gandhi industrial innovative insofar international dimension Kautilya knowing subject latter leadership ment military mode of nationalist modern Western Mukti Bahini Muslim nationalist consciousness nationalist struggle Nehru organic intellectuals organised organization of hegemony organizing hegemony Pakistan Army particularly PLOTE political parties politics of development post-structuralism praxis qualitative realism region relationship remains reproducing hegemony reproduction of hegemony respect rising dominant forces role rural kulaks social forces social reality South Asia Sri Lankan government Sri Lankan Tamils standpoint strategy strong India Tamil liberation struggle Tamil Tigers Tamilnadu task theoretical tion transformation Trincomalee West Bengal world-view