ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Infant Mortality A Decade of Debate

'parallel government' in Satara declared itself to be Gandhian and 'non-violent', on the grounds of committing sabotage only against property, and giving only the physical punishment that was necessary to stop traitors. Subalternists, in the process of associating more violent movements with lower sections of the peasantry, also tend to use very shifting definitions of what exactly constitutes 'violence'. The fact is, there have been far too few studies of the various forest- connected movements that took place throughout the colonial period, some of them in more caste-divided areas, to make a useful comparison with the Uttarakhand.

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