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The Chinese Revolution and Insurgent Maoism in India: A Spatial Analysis

This article identifies the spatial conditions of peasant revolutionary uprisings principally by comparing the Indian Maoist movement with the Chinese peasant revolution that established the People's Republic of China in 1949. The spatial factors were by no means suffi cient to grasp the revolution, but they represent necessary initial conditions.

The Great Leap Forward in China-An Analysis of the Nature of Socialist Transformation

An Analysis of the Nature of Socialist Transformation Prasenjit Duara To investigate the rasion d'etre of the Great Leap is to examine problems which are common to all post-revolutionary societies undergoing a process of socialist transformation. The primary problem faced in a post-revolutionary situation is the shortage of capital required for industrialisation, which is a basic pre-requisite for the construction of a socialist society.
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