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unit-28 Social and Political Movements

unit-28 Social and Political Movements - 1 UNIT 28 WORKERS...

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1 ________________________________________________________________________ UNIT 28 WORKERS AND PEASANTS ________________________________________________________________________ Structure 28.0 Objectives 28.1 Introduction 28.2 Workers Movements 28.2.1 Workers’ Movements in the colonial period 28.2.2 The Issues and the Types of Collective Actions 28.2.2 Workers’ Movements in the Post-colonial Period (i ) The National Level (ii) The Provincial Level (iii) The Trade Unions without Political Affiliations (iv) The Limitations of the Workers’ Movements 28.3 Peasant Movements 28.3.1 Small and Poor Peasants’ Movements 28.3.2 Rich Peasants’ and Farmers’ Movements 28.4 Impact of Liberalisation on the Workers’ and Peasant Movements 28.5 Let Us Sum Up 28.6 Some Useful Books 28.7 Answers to Check Your Progress Exercises ________________________________________________________________________ 28.0 OBJECTIVES ________________________________________________________________________ Workers and peasants in India have been involved in the collective actions in order to fight for their demands. Their collective actions like those of other social group can be included in the social and political movements. After going through this unit, you will be able to understand: Nature of the movements of the workers and peasants; Their demands, problems and leaderships; Patterns of mobilisation in the collective actions; Influence of these movements on the state; and The impact of the liberalisation on the workers and peasants. ________________________________________________________________________ 1
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