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Central Government Taxes Have They Reduced Inequality

very limited programme of struggling for their own economic demands, and, on the other, the gloriously immense and distant aim of establishing a socialist society. We cannot expect that this call by Ranadive will in fact result in rousing the C1TU to rise above its past poor performance in involving women in struggle, for her view of the women's movement in no way differs from the view of the CITU on the relation between trade union and political struggles as a whole. Practice is firmly based on and confined to the struggle for economic demands, and support ol the CPI(M) in elections, while 'socialism' remains a subject for study circles and slogan-shouting. Small wonder that the former tends to dominate and pull the party away from a realisation of its ultimate aim.

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