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Groups in a New Politics of Transformation

Harsh Sethi Trends of increasing poverty, inequality, growing landlessness and unemployment on the one hand, and growing centralisation of power coupled with a more frequent and intense me of the repressive machinery by the State to crush local movements have been clearly in evidence for some time now. Also in evidence has been the incapacity of the macro-organisations of the poor the political parties concerned, the kisan sabhas, the trade unions

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