Marxist Theory and Nationalist Politics: The Case of Colonial India
Examining the relationship between Marxism and nationalism in the context of colonial India, Sanjay Seth reveals the profound consequences of this relationship for Marxist theory and for Marxist-inspired political movements in colonial India and in other colonies.
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