Opposition in a Dominant-party System: A Study of the Jan Sangh, the Praja Socialist Party, and the Socialist Party in Uttar Pradesh, India
Angela Sutherland Burger, University of California, University of California, Berkeley. Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies
University of California Press, 1969 - Bharatiya Jan Sangh - 306 pages
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activists activities appear areas Assembly backward castes became become block Brahmin building candidate communication Congress considered constituency difficulties district dominant economic election electoral elite example exist factions factors followed former friction given groups Hindu identified important included independence India indices individuals interest involved Jan Sangh joined kisan Kurmi leaders leadership legislators Lohia lower major medium membership MLA's mobilized movement Muslim obtain occupations officials opposition parties organization participation particularly pattern percent policies political position Praja Socialist Pratapgarh present problems proportion question Raja reported residence respondents role rural scheduled seats social Socialist Party society specific status strength Table talukdars tend tensions Thakurs third ticket tion town units urban Uttar Pradesh various victory village vote workers Yadav zamindars
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