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Calcutta Diary

A. M.
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 25, No. 50 (Dec. 15, 1990), pp. 2699-2700
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4397087
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Abstract

Dogma, self-seeking and lack of scruples need not be the final word along our shores. But only provided the barricades of resistance are built. If organised political parties including those professedly committed to ideology, shrink from this obligation, new forces are likely to take over, forces which would offer no guarantee of gentlemanly conduct.

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