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Master s Work

the entire Indian people, including the national bourgeoisie, on the other (pp 537-8). The government was characterised as a ''bourgeois-landlord government in which the bourgeoisie is the leading force" and it was held that "its policies arc motivated by the desire to develop India along independent capitalist lines'' (p 545). This class analysis led the Palghat congress to state specifically that the democratic front could not be an anti-Congress front (p 556).

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