The Indian Revolutionary Potential

  • Kathleen Gough
Keywords: History

Abstract

Peasant revolts in India have been historically less significant than in China, but during British rule they occurred more frequently than the Western literature suggests. Here I shall explore the character of peasant resistance in relation to political parties in Southern India, especially in Malabar, a region in the north of Kerala, and Tanjore, a district of southeast Madras.
Published
1969-02-03
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Articles