Social Scientist. v 3, no. 33 (April 1975) p. 21.


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'regeneration5 could not take place without the destruction of the old. In other words, it is totally irrelevant to equate freedom and nationalism with revivalism.

* K Marx and F Engels, Manifesto of the Communist Party, Progress Publishers, Moscow

1965, pp 39-41. a Ibid., pp 49 and 59. 8 K Marx, "The British Rule in India," in Marx and Engels, The First Indian War of

Independence 1857-1859, Foreign Language Publishing House, Moscow, p 16. 4 K Marx, "The Future Results of the British Rule in India", ibid., p 33. 8 Iravati Karve, in Changing India: Essays in Honour of Professor D R Gadgil, pp 146-47.

6 K Marx and F Engels, Manifesto of the Communist Party, op cit., p 47.

7 K Marx, ^The Future Results of the British Rule in India", @p cit., p 34.



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