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BIHAR- Struggle of Workers and Tribal Peasants in Chhotanagpur

feasible, The third point of. difference is, of course, the assessment of the revolutionary forces. Nehru would have been content to describe the other development as the assertion of emergent Afro- Asian-Latin-American nationalism. Chou En-Jai evidently has more than emergent nationalism in mind when he refers to the factors of revolution. Barring the notable exception of Indo- China, where precisely Chou En-lai sees the factors of revolution on the increase is not at all clear, unless 'the great disorder' itself is interpreted so vaguely or loosely as to include the third world leadership's apparent challenge of the two super powers.

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