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Nationalism and Marxism

Nationalism and Marxism Vinayak Purohit THAT the demand for the dissolution of Vishal Pakistan was not a neo-im- perialist urge of the puny compradors of India, that American imperialism had recently taken too many body blows from Vietnam to pursue successfully its out-of-date policy of preserving the status quo in South Asia, that the Soviet Union had coolly calculated upon the non-viability of the old Pakistan and had no hesitation in utilising an opportunity for exposing the Si no-American collusion to its own advantage, that in the conditions of nuclear stalemate it was possible for the biggest post-War liberation movement to succeed in Dangla Desh, that with its 55 crores India was in a position to throw its weight decisively into the scales whether it was a permanent member of the Security Council or not, these and other aspects of contemporary reality were lost sight of by some elements of the Indian Marxist movement.

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