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6. A.K. Sen. 'Peasants and Dualism with or without surplus labour' Journal of Political Economy^ 1966,

7. U. Patnaik, 'Nee-Populism and Marxism : the Chayanovian view of the agrarian problem and its fundamental fallacy'. Journal ofPeasant Studies, Vol. 6, No. 4, July 1979.

8. The same result was obtained in an unpublished paper by S. Brahme and R.S. Rao, who analysed the FMS data for Maharashtra. See their 'Capitalism in AgricultureŚA Survey* (paper presented to Seminar on Political Economy of Agriculture, Calcutta, 1973).



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