" Democracy was
also a great narrative and not merely a monolithic kind of democratic participation."


Writer: Sahajanand Saraswati
Publisher: Lok Prakashan Griha
First Edition: 2001
Pages: 88
Price: Rs. 15

This booklet attempts to expose the domination of Capitalists and landlords in Congress, who can go to any extent for being in power, by misguiding people. Congress itself had many inner conflicts. One group was in favour of revolution and other in compromises. But, reality was that direct revolution had a power to overcome class-conflict. On the opposite, indirect concessions slowly imposed class-struggle upon society. The organizations which projected themselves as protector of farmers and labours, worked under pressure of congress. Even after a long period of independence, congress failed to provide participation to people. Farmers and labors have to wage a war for their rights, in this system. Political movements should support social and economic movements. Need of the society is a stiff and struggling group to fight for basic amenities of people. To achieve social and economic freedom organized farmers and labours have to awaken people and organize them to wage a war against discriminatory policies of Congress.


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