Gandhi, Marx and India
An Alternative Path to Progress
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The book unravels the dynamics of capitalist development, critically assesses the socialist experiment in charting out a course of development different from capitalism, explains the contradictions in the post-Independence development process in India, evaluates other efforts outside the state towards ushering in 'development', and then proposes an alternative path to progress - an employment based ecologically sustainable model of decentralized development based on local resource endowment and heightened mass consciousness which will take the country out of the dependency paradigm.
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Table of Contents
1. Why a New Edition 2. Introduction 3. The Capitalist Path of Progress 4. A Socialist Experiment 5. The Development Process in Independent India 6. Efforts for Progress Outside the State 7. The Latest of Imperialism in India 8. An Alternative 9. Added Justification for the Alternative
Pradhan H. Prasad (1928–2001) was professor of economics at A N Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna. His books include Growth with Full Employment (1979), Lopsided Growth (1989), Determinants & Consequences of Internal Migration in India (1989) and Tragedy of Bihar (1996)