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The National Market

"Be Indian, buy Indian", said Gokhale and then Gandhiji. They called it 'swadeshi'. From this slogan developed the national market on one hand, and the national movement on the other. It is this national market that gives strength and bargaining power to the monopolist, the small capitalist, the worker and the peasant. Once the national market is undermined, all classes will lose their independent strength and bargaining power.

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