Author: E. M. S. NamboodiripadPublisher: LeftWordYear: 2010Language: EnglishPages: 239ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788187496922
The present volume puts together his essays spanning six decades, from 1937 to 1996. Included in the volume are classic essays such as ‘The Question of Land Tenure in Malabar’, ‘A Short History of the Peasant Movement in Kerala’, ‘Caste Conflict versus Growing Unity of Popular Democratic Forces’, ‘Marxism, Leninism and Bourgeois Judiciary’, ‘Adi Shankara and his Philosophy: A Marxist View’, ‘The Class Character of the Nineteenth Century Renaissance in India’ and ‘The Marxist Theory of Ground Rent: Relevance to the Study of the Agrarian Question in India’.
Acknowledgements Publisher's Introduction On Historical Materialism Marx, the Asiatic Mode and the Study of Indian History Adi Sankara and his Philosophy: A Marxist View Classes and Class Struggle in Indian History The Class Character of the Nineteenth Century Renaissance in India Class Character of the Nationalist Movement The Indian National Question: Need for a Deeper Study Castes, Classes and Parties in Modern Political Development Once Again on Castes and Classes Caste Conflicts vs. Growing Unity of Popular Democratic Forces The Marxist Theory of Ground Rent: Relevance to the Study of Agrarian Question in India The Question of Land Tenure in Malabar A Short History of the Peasant Movement in Kerala Marxism-Leninism and the Bourgeois Judiciary Talking about Kerala: A Conversation with E.M.S. Namboodiripad by V.K. Ramachandran