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Marxists and the Sikh Extremist Movement in Punjab

The Sikh extremists' ideological-political practice, insofar as they have one, constitutes no real threat to the ruling classes in India, whatever immediate Haw and order' problems it may pose. On the contrary it only serves their more basic political and ideological needs. The correct line of opposition to the Sikh extremist movement, therefore, is to see the struggle against the extremists as part of the broader all-India struggle against the ruling classes' economy politics, culture, etc; as part of the revolutionary struggle against the present social order.

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