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Tea Plantation Workers of Assam and the Indian National Movement, 1921-1947

 
Bikash Nath (Author)
Synopsis

This book studies various phases of workers’ politics in the tea plantations of Assam and deliberates upon the role of nationalist leaders in moulding the fate of these workers. The struggles of tea plantation workers were a manifestation of the strength of their protests against varied forms of exploitations of the tea planters. Their struggle occurred at the time of the formation of the indigenous bourgeoisie, and continued despite the nationalist leadership not providing sufficient support to them. The deep incongruity between interests of the workers and of the nationalist leadership largely determined the fate of the material conditions of these labourers. This book dwells on these and related issues in delineating the history of nationalism amongst the tea plantation workers of Assam.

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Bibliographic information

Title Tea Plantation Workers of Assam and the Indian National Movement, 1921-1947
Author Bikash Nath
Format Hardcover
Date published: 06.06.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Primus Books
Language: English
isbn 9789384082628
length 158p.,
Subjects History