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Food Corporation:New Role


 refer to the letter by Jayati Ghosh,    C P Chandrasekhar and Abhijit Sen in your issue dated January 8-14, 2000.

Some years ago Dharma Kumar wrote to the EPW saying essentially that the EPW was one-sided and would only with difficulty publish views that were opposed to its radical left-wing positions. I thought that the letter and others on that subject took extreme positions. After all, there were many other publications in which those who did not agree with EPW's political positions could publish their views.

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