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Emergence of Permanent Emergency in India

Emergence of Permanent Emergency in India Andre Gunder Frank This paper argues that the most important causes and consequences of 'Emergency Rule' in India should be sought and can be found in the depending accumulation crisis in Indian industry (and in the capitalist world generally) since the mid-1960s and in the measures taken by Indian (and foreign) capital to confront this crisis.

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