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The Great Black Hole

The Great Black Hole

reforms had already been in practice in Hungary) Haug of course could not have visualised the problems that could arise in a socialist economy because of some of these reform measures which cannot but stimulate competition among autonomous units for maximising sales and 'profits'. May not all this bring in vigorous sales promotion, some forms of advertisements and, consequently, 'commodity aesthetics1? Haug, however, holds out an optimistic perspective, "Naturally, new problems arise, for which new or better socialist solutions must still be found". Let us all devoutly hope so! The Great Black Hole Bhabatosh Datta served by a police station is more than 1,00,000. Even a middle-range landowner finds legal redress a lengthy and expensive process and is forced to resort to informal contracts.

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