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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments--1.Introduction: The Struggle for Legitimacy--PART 1 - THE SRIKAKULAM NAXALITE MOVEMENT--Introduction to Part 1--2 The Development of Tribal Poverty--3 The Early Girijan Movement--4 The Naxalite Movement in Srikakulam--5 After the Armed Struggle: Continuing Suppression of the--Naxalites--6 Government Recognizes the Legitimacy Crisis--Conclusion to Part 1--PART 2 - THE MAHARASHTRA MOVEMENTS: SHRAMIK SANGHATANA AND BHOOMI SENA--Introduction to Part 2--7 The Development of Tribal Poverty in Maharashtra--8 The Development and Organization of Shramik--Sanghatana and Bhoomi Sena--9 State and Movement Interactions: Issues of Tribal--Landlessness--10 State and Movement Interactions: Work and Wages--Conclusion to Part 2--11 Conclusion: Protest's Challenge--Appendix A--Glossary--Bibliography.
Leslie J. Calman