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On the Teaching of Economics

the received message with a subjective 'structure and organisation'. Needless to say, Sarkar's work will leave a lasting imprint on our attempts to understand the evolution of the political world in twentieth century Bengal. It has unfolded the rich variety of popular political experience in the province between 1928 and 1934; it has raised questions which would be pointers to new fields of historical enquiry.

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