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An Embedded Politics of Civil Society?

While contesting the politics of exclusivism and arguing in favour of uniting the oppressed sections through a substantive class politics for fundamental social transformation, this comment on the article 'Fears of Contagion? Depoliticisation and Recent Conflicts over Politics in Kerala' (June 23, 2007), calls for recognising both the specificities of particular social contradictions and the need to address the question of primacy among them, at any given point of social development.

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