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Measuring Peasant Capitalism-Russia s 1920s and India s 1970s

Measuring Peasant Capitalism Russia's 1920s and India's 1970s Teodor Shanin Within the perspective of political economy, three related issues are consequent and central Of these, the first is the process of differentiation of the peasantry confidently expected to produce or reinforce the basic social classes of capitalism. Basic political strategies and class alliances have been anticipated and planned according to how questions concerning the peasantry's differentiation have been answered.

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