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Peasant Movements in Colonial India-An Examination of Some Conceptual Frameworks

Examining influential conceptual frameworks and typologies of peasant struggles in colonial India and the reality they seek to comprehend, the author contends that it is more useful to study such movements as responses, based on economic, social and political grievances, of different categories of a heterogeneous peasantry divided on caste, class and status lines.

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