ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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SOUTH-Quickening in Kerala

September 7, 1968 carrying out its liberalisation programme with courage and perseverance." The "cynical use of naked power to crush a friendly people has indeed exposed its (Soviet Union's) inherent weakness as nothing else could have done". It has shown "how vile is the fear in which the Warsaw Pact members live". The Soviet Union was clearly looking upon Warsaw Pact members "as parts of an empire and not of a socialist commonwealth" and while it "may get away with aggression", the Soviet Union had "vindicated the charge of big power chauvinism which the Maoists have all along been levelling against the present Soviet leadership".

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