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

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December 25, 1976 the CPI(M) stakes are high. The CPI(M) can well afford the expedient of neutrality in states where the rightist parties matter and the CPI can well opt to support the Congress in these states. Thus the CPI can bargain for unity with Congress in some states and struggle elsewhere. As for the Centre, the CPl's commitment to the concept of national democracy stands and if the CPI(M) could concede the right of the CPI to exist, it could well concede its right to have its own theories on peaceful transition to socialism.

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