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Author: Bhagwan Josh
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by Bhagwan Josh, release date 1992-12-16, Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 books, India's struggle for independence has been studied and examined extensively. Most of the literature has considered the state, the national movement, and the role of the left as three separate struggles for freedom. Until now. Based on political theorist Antonio Gramsci's hegemonic concepts, the Struggle for Hegemony in India combines and sharpens the various perspectives of India's history--the colonial state, the various political parties, the trade unions, and the mobilization of the work force--to form a cohesive whole. The authors confront and explore the Communist Party of India during the freedom struggle (1920-1947) and reconstruct its interaction with the various social and political groups. This outstanding study will command the interest of both graduate students and academics in history, sociology, and political science. "This book is bound to cause controversy among leftist students of Indian nationalism.... The most remarkable quality of Josh's book is that it has been able to tell a controversial story with great plausibility. However, unusual for a marxist to articulate such a view of Indian nationalist politics, he makes it a highly persuasive account, and it is underpinned by a theory which is certainly impeccably marxist in its origins, if not in the conclusions it is made to support. He also achieves a commendable balance between the detailed empirical accounts of Congress policies, debates among the radicals, the politics of the ministerial government in the provinces after 1935, and his theoretical commentary on what is going on, within one single narrative frame.... An interesting contribution to the history of Indian nationalism." --Asian Affairs "Scholarly and detailed exposition." --Indian Book Chronicle "Presented in a magisterial style" --The Vishvabharati Quarterly " A vigorously-argued account" --South Asia "As a critique of the policies of the communists during the national movement, Struggle for Hegemony in India is a well documented study." --Seminar "[This] work is an important contribution to the historiography of our freedom struggle. It helps us understand and critically appraise the Indian Left in a much better way." --The Metropolis




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Author: Shashi Joshi
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ISBN: 9780803994058
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by Shashi Joshi, release date 1992-05-28, Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 books, Struggle for Hegemony in India describes the role of the Communist Party of India during the freedom struggle (1920-47) and constructs the experience of its interaction with others as well as with social and political reality. By combining the perspectives of "history from below" with "history from above," this study sharpens the reader's understanding of historical events and processes. Moreover, the author places macro-structures such as the colonial state, political parties, trade unions, and mobilizations of workers and peasants in a context of interaction and interdependence. Students of history, sociology, and political science will find this important book essential reading. "Shashi Joshi displays considerable grasp of detail without losing sight of the broad contours of her story, which is related with fluent authority. She is clearly well-grounded in Marxist literature and has placed her thesis of Communist failure within the matrix of Marxist concepts." --Asian Affairs




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Author: Shashi Joshi
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ISBN: 9780803994058
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Category : Social Science
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Pages : 372
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Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47

by Shashi Joshi, release date 1992-05-28, Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 books, Struggle for Hegemony in India describes the role of the Communist Party of India during the freedom struggle (1920-47) and constructs the experience of its interaction with others as well as with social and political reality. By combining the perspectives of "history from below" with "history from above," this study sharpens the reader's understanding of historical events and processes. Moreover, the author places macro-structures such as the colonial state, political parties, trade unions, and mobilizations of workers and peasants in a context of interaction and interdependence. Students of history, sociology, and political science will find this important book essential reading. "Shashi Joshi displays considerable grasp of detail without losing sight of the broad contours of her story, which is related with fluent authority. She is clearly well-grounded in Marxist literature and has placed her thesis of Communist failure within the matrix of Marxist concepts." --Asian Affairs




[PDF] Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920 47 PDF
Author: Bhagwan Josh
Publisher: SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited
ISBN: 9780803994393
Size: 64.90 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 332
View: 3059

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Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47

by Bhagwan Josh, release date 1992-12-16, Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Struggle For Hegemony In India 1920 47 books, India's struggle for independence has been studied and examined extensively. Most of the literature has considered the state, the national movement, and the role of the left as three separate struggles for freedom. Until now. Based on political theorist Antonio Gramsci's hegemonic concepts, the Struggle for Hegemony in India combines and sharpens the various perspectives of India's history--the colonial state, the various political parties, the trade unions, and the mobilization of the work force--to form a cohesive whole. The authors confront and explore the Communist Party of India during the freedom struggle (1920-1947) and reconstruct its interaction with the various social and political groups. This outstanding study will command the interest of both graduate students and academics in history, sociology, and political science. "This book is bound to cause controversy among leftist students of Indian nationalism.... The most remarkable quality of Josh's book is that it has been able to tell a controversial story with great plausibility. However, unusual for a marxist to articulate such a view of Indian nationalist politics, he makes it a highly persuasive account, and it is underpinned by a theory which is certainly impeccably marxist in its origins, if not in the conclusions it is made to support. He also achieves a commendable balance between the detailed empirical accounts of Congress policies, debates among the radicals, the politics of the ministerial government in the provinces after 1935, and his theoretical commentary on what is going on, within one single narrative frame.... An interesting contribution to the history of Indian nationalism." --Asian Affairs "Scholarly and detailed exposition." --Indian Book Chronicle "Presented in a magisterial style" --The Vishvabharati Quarterly " A vigorously-argued account" --South Asia "As a critique of the policies of the communists during the national movement, Struggle for Hegemony in India is a well documented study." --Seminar "[This] work is an important contribution to the historiography of our freedom struggle. It helps us understand and critically appraise the Indian Left in a much better way." --The Metropolis