ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Bureaucracy and Land Reform

September 30, 1972 vast majority of the population are focused upon the serious drought situation which is even more severe than in the past two years and upon the steep rise in the prices of essential commodities. Whether it be adequate and equitably distributed relief or the opening of more official retail outlets for the distribution of not only foodgrains but also other essential com modities, nothing much would happen if there is no energetic mass action and intervention. Agitation and action are essential if the burden of the present crisis is not to be passed on to toil-bent backs. This is their indispensable value whatever certain very worthy and energetic leaders might aver. And this is already happening in awakening Andhra.

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