Champaran and Gandhi: Planters, Peasants, and Gandhian Politics

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - History - 277 pages
This book traces the history of peasant resistance to the planters, from the sporadic outbreaks of the 1860s to the Champaran Movement of 1917-18, the first experiment in Gandhian mass mobilization in India.

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THE INDIGO OF BIHAR
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THE INDIGO ENTERPRISE
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Jacques Pouchepadass is at National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris.

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