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On Intermediate Regimes

On "Intermediate Regimes" EMS Namboodiripad The very description of the alignment of class forces visualised in Michael Kalecki s intermediate regimes would make it clear that the concept does not apply to India, From the dominating position which they acquired at the time of securing political power, the bourgeoisie headed by big business proceeded to systematically consolidate their power.

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