India: General Information and Mass Struggles
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General Information About India
General Information about the Indian Revolutionary Movement
“Understanding Maoists: Notes of a Participant Observer from Andhra Pradesh”, by N. Venugopal,
(Kolkata/Delhi: Setu Prakashani, 2013), 324 pages.
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- “Walking With the Comrades”, by Arundhati Roy, Dawn magazine, March 21, 2010, 39 pages.
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Jangalnama: Travels in a Maoist Guerilla Zone, by Satnam, translated by Vishav Bharti, (2010),
220 pages. “Satnam” was the nom de plume of Gurmeet Singh, an Indian revolutionary writer (c. 1952-2016).
These travels took place in 2001 in the Bastar district of the Indian state of Chhatisgarh.
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India’s Simmering Revolution: The Naxalite Uprising, by Sumanta Banerjee, (London: 1984), 352
pages. An excellent history of the development of the Naxalite movement up until the early 1980s.
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Displacement of People for “Development” and the Anti-Displacement Movement
- “Fact-Finding Report on the Anti-Displacement Movement in India, 2008”, by an American school teacher,
Summer 2008, 8 pages.
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Other Mass Struggles
Views of the Government, Think Tanks and Other Reactionaries
Militant Groups in South Asia, by Surinder K. Sharma and Ansuhuman Behera, (New Delhi: Institute for Defence
Studies & Analysis, 2014), 320 pages. Includes one rather superficial chapter on the Communist Party of India (Maoist).
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