This book applies Banerjee's market model to India during the 1956–1975 period, examining the industrialization process of the Second and Third plans, the crisis of the mid-1960s, and the Green Revolution, to develop a theory that promotes the formation of dominant economic classes.
1. Introduction 2. Social Structure and Evolution 3. Entrepreneurship 4. The State 5. The First Dominant Alliance 1956–1965 6. The Crisis 7. The Second Dominant Alliance 1966–1975