The formation of the Communist Party of India, 1927-1937 : the dilemma of the Indian left
The thesis takes as its starting point the historical failure of Indian communism to create a viable, popular alternative to the country's dominant political culture. It argues that the 'Stalinisation' - or, as I have termed it, 'bolshevisation'- of Indian communism has been central to this failure. Bolshevisation'has undermined the autonomy of Indian communism and has thus prevented the movement from maintaining two relationships critical for political success - with its...[Show more]
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