Internal migration and political change in India : a case study of a new industrial town
In India the western-educated urban professional elites (such as the lawyers, landed gentry, journalists, businessmen, and academics) who had implicit faith in British parliamentary democracy played an important role in forming, organizing, and supporting the nationalist movement mainly under the banner of the Indian National Congress (Ghosh 1960:11,12; Krishna 1966b).^ It was a small elite, homogeneous in social background and mainly upper caste, and it constituted almost a one-class...[Show more]
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