The State, Industrialization and Class Formations in India: A Neo-Marxist Perspective on Colonialism, Underdevelopment and Development, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

The State, Industrialization and Class Formations in India

A Neo-Marxist Perspective on Colonialism, Underdevelopment and Development, 1st Edition

By Anupam Sen

Routledge

300 pages

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The purpose of this book, first published in 1982, is to probe the nature of the state in India and the role played by it in the evolution of the social economy, particularly in the growth of industry. In fact, the problematic of the state and its relationship with socio-economic progression or regression is a dialectic process. What this book does is attempt to unravel this dialectic, by following the theory and method of Maxism.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2. The Mode of Production and Social Formation in Pre-British India 3. The Victory of the British and Its Impact on the Evolution of Social Classes in India 4. Socialism in India: An Ideology of State Hegemony 5. The Artisan and Small-Scale Industries in India’s Social Economy and Their Relationship With the State 6. The State and the Growth of the Public and Private Sectors 7. The Social Economy of Indian Agriculture and its Effect on Industrialisation and the State 8. Conclusion

About the Series

Routledge Library Editions: British in India

This set of previously-out-of-print titles reissues a selection of classic works on India. These range from works on the Indian princes, the palaces of the Raj, the plight of the untouchables, Congress, and British attitudes and politics. Taken together, these books form an essential reference source.

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