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An Omnibus Named Election Fund

position. Without this the movement itself might get disrupted. Role of District Towns A notable feature of the stormy days in Andhra was the considerable role of the numerous district and mofussil towns, especially in what were the former Circar districts. Their position in Andhra's life is particularly important because the State lacks a model centre like Calcutta or Bombay or A CALCUTTA DIARY Madras. Moreover, it is at the point of the district town that there can be some sort of confluence between the working peasants and the factory worker as well as, to an extent, the new white-collared government employee, bank employee, teacher and the like. If the district town becomes politically active and feels confident that its activity will be significant, democracy in Andhra will really come alive and become irresistible.

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