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Race and Class in Guyana

"Collected Works", Vol 20, p 44). If it is not possible to establish separate schools for every linguistic minority in a city like St Petersburg or for that matter in Delhi, Bombay, Madras, Calcutta, etc, how is the establishment of linguistic colleges possible in Gauhati, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Tezpur, etc, in Assam? If playing linguistic communities against each other is thought to be the game of the Congress or the bourgeoisie, why do non-Congress, non -bourgeois political parties and experts, specially the representatives of the proletariat who stand for assimilation of the working people of all nationalities into the international brotherhood, not place before the nation a concrete programme of medium of instruction uniformly applicable to all the states of India?

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