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Bangabandhu and Bangladesh by Kamal Hossain
The Crisis of Bangladesh by Jack Woddis
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accentuated accepted administration alien alliance armed forces assassination Awami League Ayub Khan BAKSAL Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur base basic Bengali nationalism bourgeois society British bureaucracy businessmen cadres co-operation commitment Communist Party conspiracy contradictions corrupt coup crisis Dacca declared democratic domination economic elections elements elite groups emerged enemies exploitation face foreign freedom Gono Aikya Jot Government Hindu India industries interests Islam junta Khaled Mosharraf labour leaders leadership liberation struggle majority manifesto mass movement middle class military Mujeebnagar murder National Awami Party nationalist movement non-aligned organisation Pak army Pakistan Army parasitic parliamentary democracy patronage political popular post-liberation problems radical regime Rehman Sobhan relations remained revolution role rulers ruling party rural sectarian sections secular Sheikh Mujib Sheikh Mujibur Rahman six point social imperialism socialist sought sub-continent surplus farmers Syed Nazrul Islam task Third World trade upper bourgeoisie village weaknesses West Pakistani whilst young militants Ziaur Rahman