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Radical in Her Own Manner

Ashok Mitra Kanta Ranadive, who passed away in Bombay on April 15, was not a natural joiner, but this did not subdue the thrust and explicitness of her views on life and society. She reached to her Marxism along her privates route, propelled by her scientific explorations. Her path-breaking work on income distribution retains a distinctiveness of its own. And white her circumstances prevented her from participating in more active forms of social protest, she made her contributions in her quiet way.

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