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reaction. While there is some basis for understanding this contradictory policy, what is totally inexplicable is the peu- rile desire of both the CPI and the CPM to examine policies and issues on the basis of whether they would entice each other's members. This method of examining issues is particularly facile when the large mass of people still remain politically unconscious (in the Marxist sense) and unmobilised. Instead of seeking a following among the large numbers of unpoliticised and unmobilised people the CPI and the CPM appear to be greatly concerned about weaning away each other's membership. Clearly, the parliamentary way of life with its constant toppling and floor-crossing has affected the ideological vision of both parties.

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