This volume, the fourth in the series entitled Readings in Indian Government and Politics, examines non- or extra-institutional collective actions as agents of political and social changes, and social movements as a defining force in the political process.
Andre Gunder Frank and Marta Fuentes
Nine Theses on Social Movements
D N Dhanagare and J John
Cyclical Movement toward the `Eternal' - `Nine Theses of Social Movements'
Masses, Classes and the State
D N Dhanagare
Social Origins of the Peasant Insurrection in Telengana, 1946-51
Naxalbari and the Left Movement
Farmers' Movements in Contemporary India
Organized Labour and Militant Unionism
Tribal Solidarity Movements in India
K S Singh
Tribal Autonomy Movements in Chhotanagpur
Ambedkar and After
Direct Action in India
Little Nationalism Turned Chauvinist
Peter Van Der Veer
`God Must Be Liberated'