Bengal 1928-1934: The Politics of Protest
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From AbeBooks: "This book analyses six very hectic years in Bengal's history, years of labour and peasant protest, leftist organizational activity and militancy, revolutionary terrorism and civil disobedience against British repression. The complex interfaces and mutual tensions among different levels and orders of political activity constitute its central focus. The book systematically studies the various forms of political action and the arguments of the main protagonists in their cultural context. Scholars and students of history, political science, and sociology, particularly of South Asia."