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Dravidian Politics and Muslims

To me, the more fundamental issue is the and capitalism are separate entities, though thought is how to defend and deepen derelationship between revolution and dein countries with bourgeois hegemony they mocracy and fight for justice, and at the mocracy. Rebellions are not aimed at demowork in harmony. Most revolutions in hissame time, resist the State and capitalism. cracy; they are aimed at the State, a state tory in their fight against state and capital that has usurped power and has become have thrown away democracy as well. The Sanjeeb Mukherjee (cusanjeeb@gmail.com) fundamentally unjust. The State, democracy challenge before the people and radical teaches politics in the University of Calcutta.

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