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Caste, Class and Modernism

rural economy as a whole" and that poverty alleviating programmes "should not be ad hoc in nature, but should be related to long- term plans for building up a comprehensive infrastructure for rural development covering such requirements as health and education, transport and marketing, credit and research" (pp 89 and 90). But isn't that similar to what Gadgil was arguing in favour of much earlier?

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