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Little Nationalism Turned Chauvinist-A Summing Up

Little Nationalism Turned Chauvinist A Summing Up Amalendu Guha IN continuation of my reply to Gail Cmvedt (EPW, April 25), I may inform that the left's concern for Assam's acute underdevelopment and immigration problems goes back much beyond November 1980 and is, in no way, a by-product of "pressure from the movement". As demanded by her, some relevant facts of the post-independence period regarding "what the CPI and CPI(M) were saying about the issue years earlier" are presented below in Section I. Sanjib Kumar Baruah's comment (EFW, April 11) is examined in Section II. My final position, in its immediate operational aspects, is restated in Section III.

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