The Frontline Years: Selected Articles
LeftWord Books, 2010 - 236 من الصفحات
The present volume puts together a selection of EMS's Frontline columns. It is a testimony to the variety of his interests, his erudition, and his ability to communicate complex questions of history, politics and Marxist theory in simple and elegant prose. EMS discusses, among other things, the roles and contributions of Congress leaders from Dadabhai Naoroji and Ranade to Gandhi, Subhas Bose and Nehru, to Narasimha Rao and Manmohan Singh; he discusses the thoughts and relevance of Marxist theoreticians including Lenin, Rosa Luxemburg, Mao Zedong and Stalin, as well as Nelson Mandela; he writes on religion, philosophy and art; he discusses important questions of the Indian polity including planning and centre-state relations; he comments on the Indian Communist movement (including on the decision not to join the United Front government at the centre in 1996); and he writes about the radical experiments in Kerala.
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Is the CPI M Stalinist?
Different Paths One Goal
Philosopher and Society
World Socialism Today
The Legacy of Engels
Triumph and Tragedy
Criticism and SelfCriticism
What Secularism Means
The Ongoing Struggle
From Congress to Coalition
Eight Decades of Indias Communist Movement
Coming Full Circle
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