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Provincial Politics and Indian Nationalism - 2826879712

208,64 zł

Provincial Politics and Indian Nationalism Cambridge University Press

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This is a study of the Indian National Congress, the first political association to approach the government of India at an all-India level. The Congress became the most important national party in twentieth century India, and the whole history of the freedom movement is closely bound up with its fortunes. National politics, however, were influenced by regional and local affairs. In the early twentieth century the Indian Congress was split between the 'Moderates' and the 'Extremists'. Dr Johnson argues that this division was closely related to existing rivalries between politicians in the provinces, and that provincial interests determined their national point of view. Because the early Congress depended so much for its regular organisation on men from Bombay, party lines in western India were particularly important in determining the course of the struggles between the parties in the National Congress. The unpublished letters and diaries of the protagonists in these disputes have enabled Dr Johnson to examine this theme in detail. This is the first book to stress the need for study of regional and local politics as an integral part of the history of the Congress. Its revelation of the complex connections between parochial, provincial and all India politics adds a new dimension to our understanding of nationalism in South Asia.


Die Bagdis in Arild Engelsen Ruuds "Poetics of Village Politics" - 2826751044

106,72 zł

Die Bagdis in Arild Engelsen Ruuds "Poetics of Village Politics" GRIN Verlag

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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2012 im Fachbereich Ethnologie / Volkskunde, Note: 2,0, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The color of India's eastern state of West Bengal turned from red to green on Friday, when the world's longest-ruling elected communist government was decisively voted out of power (URL b). Mit diesen Worten kommentierte der Journalist Subir Bhaumik in seinem Artikel Defeat rocks India's elected communists das Ergebnis der Parlamentswahlen 2011 im indischen Bundesstaat Westbengalen. Die von der Communist Party of India (Marxist) geführte Left Front, welche Westbengalen seit 1977 ununterbrochen regierte, wurde von dem Parteienbündnis United Progressive Alliance, das von dem All India Trinamool Congress und dem Indian National Congress dominiert wird, abgelöst. Die Left Front ging nach 34 Jahren an der Macht, als demokratisch gewählte, kommunistische Staatsführung mit der bislang längsten Regierungszeit in die Geschichte ein. Westbengalen, besonders der Bardhaman Distrikt, war bis dato als kommunistische Hochburg bekannt (ebd., Ruud 2003: 13, 18). Welche Faktoren haben zu diesem andauernden Wahlerfolg der CPI(M) in Westbengalen geführt? Auf diese Frage geht Arild Engelsen Ruud in seiner politischen Ethnographie Poetics of Village Politics: The Making of West Bengal's Rural Communism ein. Unter anderem war die Unterstützung durch die breite Masse, in diesem Fall die Landbevölkerung, beispielsweise durch die Mitglieder der Bagdi-Kaste, ausschlaggebend.§In dieser Hausarbeit möchte ich mich mit der Darstellung der Bagdi-Kaste in Poetics of Village Politics: The Making of West Bengal's Rural Communism von Arild Engelsen Ruud beschäftigen. Dabei werde ich neben der Rolle der Bagdis in der Lokalpolitik und für die CPI(M) insbesondere auf ihr Selbstbild und ihren Bezug zu Gewalt und Kriminalität eingehen. Was die politischen Implikationen betrifft, werde ich den Fokus auf die Periode der Mobilisierung der Landbevölkerung durch die CPI(M) in den späten 1960er Jahren legen, da ich diese Entwicklungen besonders interessant finde.§Zunächst möchte ich einige grundlegende Begriffe und Konzepte abklären und beginne meine Arbeit aus diesem Grund mit der Definition von Kaste und einer kurzen Darlegung des indischen Kastensystems. Des Weiteren stelle ich Arild Engelsen Ruud und seine Monographie, auf der meine Arbeit basiert, kurz vor, bevor ich zum Kern meiner Hausarbeit, den Bagdis in Poetics of Village Politics , übergehe. [...]


Women Heroes and Dalit Assertion in North India - 2827049846

195,36 zł

Women Heroes and Dalit Assertion in North India SAGE Publications Inc

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This volume explores cultural repression in India and ways in which it is overcome. It studies the burgeoning Dalit politics in North India and shows how Dalit women heroes (viranganas) of the 1857 Rebellion have emerged as symbols of Dalit assertion in Uttar Pradesh and are being used by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) to build the image of its leader, Mayawati. It demonstrates how myths and memories of the role of Dalits in India's freedom struggle are employed for constructing identity and reconstructed for political mobilization. Key feature include: -- some of the tales used to develop political consciousness at the grass-roots level; -- stories picked up from among the people themselves: reinterpreted; packaged; and disseminated orally or via pamphlets; -- how gods, heroes and other cultural resources of each caste are converted into political capital by giving them a visual image through calendars, statues, posters and memorials; -- how the BSP creates and recreates historical material to expand its electoral base.Based on field studies and secondary information, the author outlines the politics of dissent which uses historical and cultural resources as identity markers in political mobilization. This book is invaluable for students of politics, sociology and history and all those engaged in Dalit studies.


Becoming Winston Churchill - 2834155579

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Becoming Winston Churchill Greenwood World Publishing

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Today a forgotten figure, Bourke Cockran was acclaimed during his lifetime as America's greatest orator. He was also the lover of Jenny Churchill - Winston's mother - after the death of Lord Randolph. And, for twelve years (1895 to 1906), he was the young Winston's mentor. Until now, the story of the extraordinary and crucial relationship between them has not been told. At one level, the story is about politics, exploring the ways the young Churchill adopted Cockran's political and economic views - on democracy, capitalism, the Gold Standard, Free Trade, Socialism: issues that Churchill was to make his own. On another level, the story is biographical, chronicling the meetings between the men, and reproducing - for the first time in full - their private correspondence. It is the story of Churchill growing up. On yet another level, it is historical, vividly evoking the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, when Churchill was often in the thick of the action - fighting at the Khyber Pass in India or escaping from a Boer camp in Pretoria (and becoming a household name as a consequence) - all the while keeping up his correspondence with Cockran. The drama of such events is part of the book's irresistible appeal. The book is written with a dramatic flair, bringing out the personalities of the two men. Each section begins, like a historical novel, with a recreation of a crucial moment in their lives. The general narrative is chronologically structured, with a powerful momentum, tracing the two men's growing intimacy over the years and interweaving their letters and meetings with the historical events in which they were involved. The story began in 1895 in New York, where Cockran took the young Winston under his wing. The following years, marked by turmoil in Cuba and Ireland, included the 1896 Presidential election, the great public debate about the gold standard and Cockran's private insistence to Churchill that principle must always be placed over party (something Churchill was to remember later when he crossed the floor of the House). 1899 saw Churchill's involvement in the Boer War, and his dramatic escape from a Boer prison camp, followed by his election to Parliament, visits to Cockran in America and, between 1901 and 1906, hard political fighting over the crucial issue of free trade, over which Churchill eventually left the Conservatives to join the Liberal party. The final years of Churchill and Cockran's friendship were dramatised by a number of public events - the American occupation of the Philippines, the victory of the Liberal Party in the British General Election, the First World War, about which they continued to correspond - but dominated by private ones: Cockran's remarriage, the death of Churchill's mother, and Churchill's own marriage. Throughout, the two men remained close, and, to the end, Cockran's influence on Churchill was unique and profound.


Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds - Attlee - 2826876376

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Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds - Attlee I B TAURIS

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Clement Attlee - the man who created the welfare state and decolonised vast swathes of the British Empire, including India - has been acclaimed by many as Britains' greatest twentieth-century Prime Minister. Yet somehow Attlee the man remains elusive and little known. How did such a moderate, modest man bring about so many enduring changes? What are the secrets of his leadership style? And how do his personal attributes account for both his spectacular successes and his apparent failures? When Attlee became Prime Minister in July 1945 he was the leader of a Labour party that had won a landslide victory. With almost 50 per cent of the popular vote, Attlee seemed to have achieved the platform for Labour to dominate post-war British politics. Yet just 6 years and 3 months after the 1945 victory, and despite all Attlee's governments had appeared to achieve, Labour was out of office, condemned to opposition for a further 13 years. This presents one of the great paradoxes of twentieth-century British history: how Attlee's government achieved so much, but lost power so quickly. But perhaps the greatest paradox was Attlee himself. Attlee's obituary in "The Times" in 1967 stated that 'much of what he did was memorable; very little that he said'. This new biography, based on extensive research into Attlee's papers and first-hand interviews, examines the myths that have arisen around this key figure of British political life and provides a vivid portrait of the man and his politics.


American anti-illegal immigration activists - 2837118109

112,32 zł

American anti-illegal immigration activists Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 147. Chapters: Dana Rohrabacher, César Chávez, Pat Buchanan, David Vitter, Bobby Jindal, Douglas Bruce, David Duke, Michael Savage, Tom Tancredo, Jim Inhofe, John Hostettler, Chuck Baldwin, Lou Dobbs, Darrell Issa, Jeff Sessions, Michelle Malkin, Neal Boortz, Hal Turner, Duncan Hunter, Jan Brewer, Phyllis Schlafly, Virgil Goode, Steve King, John and Ken, Peter Thiel, James Traficant, Russell Pearce, Nathan Deal, Johnny Isakson, Brian Bilbray, Byron Dorgan, Gary Miller, J. D. Hayworth, John Tanton, Kris Kobach, Barbara Jordan, Laura Ingraham, Ada Fisher, Jared Taylor, Richard Lamm, Jason Chaffetz, Robert Stacy McCain, Charlie Norwood, Jim Gilchrist, Steve Sailer, John Derbyshire, Mickey Kaus, Lou Barletta, Steve Levy, Vernon Robinson, Lawrence Auster, Jesse Lee Peterson, Gary Bauer, Lars Larson, Jim Oberweis, Bay Buchanan, Ted Hayes, Jim Holt, Virginia Abernethy, Chris Simcox, George J. Borjas, Robert Rector, Peter Boyles, Tim Donnelly, Donald Cresitello, Randy Graf, Dick Mountjoy, Roy Beck, Peter Brimelow, Frosty Wooldridge, Glenn Spencer, Mark Krikorian. Excerpt: Connection Timeout Piyush "Bobby" Jindal (born June 10, 1971) is the 55th and current Governor of Louisiana and formerly a member of the United States House of Representatives. He is a member of the Republican Party. On October 20, 2007, Jindal was elected governor of Louisiana, winning a four-way race with 54.2% of the vote. At age 36, Jindal became the youngest current governor in the United States. He is the first Indian-American governor in the country. In 2008, Governor Jindal was ranked one of the nation's most popular governors with an approval rating of 77%. Before Jindal was elected governor, he was a member of Congress for Louisiana's 1st congressional district, elected in 2004. Jindal was re-elected to the House in the 2006 election with 88% of the vote. He was the second Indian-American elected to Congress. Jindal was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Amar and Raj Jindal, who came to the United States as immigrants from Punjab, India, 6 months before he was born. Jindal attended Baton Rouge Magnet High School, graduating in 1988. He competed in tennis tournaments, started a computer newsletter, a retail candy business, and a mail-order software company. He spent his free time working at the concession stands during LSU football games. Jindal was one of 50 students nationwide admitted to the elite PLME program at Brown University, guaranteeing him a place in medical school. He was interested in public policy. Jindal also completed a second major in biology. He graduated in 1991 at the age of 20, with honors in both majors. Jindal was named a member of the 1992 USA Today All-USA Academic Team. He was accepted by both Harvard Medical School and Yale Law School, but studied at New College, Oxford, as a Rhodes Scholar. He received an M.Litt. degree in political science with an emphasis in health policy from the University of Oxford in 1994 for his thesis "A needs-based approach to health care". He turned down an offer to study for a D.Phil. in politics, but


Burmese politicians - 2827017420

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Burmese politicians Books on Demand

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 38. Chapters: Assassinated Burmese politicians, Burmese women in politics, Government ministers of Burma, Presidents of Burma, Vice Presidents of Burma, Ne Win, Aung San Suu Kyi, Saya Gyi U Nu, Thirty Comrades, Thakin Kodaw Hmaing, Ba Shin, Ba Maw, Hla Myint Swe, San Yu, Thein Pe Myint, U Saw, Hso Khan Pha, Thein Sein, Shwebomin, Crown Prince of Burma, Kanaung Mintha, Aung Gyi, Sao Shwe Thaik, Maran Brang Seng, President of Burma, Wai Hnin Pwint Thon, Sein Lwin, Saw Maung, U Razak, Maung Maung, Sao Saimong, Aung Kyi, Sandar Win, Kyaw Myint, Ba U, Taw Phayar Galay, Thet Win Aung, Win Maung, Ba Win, Sao San Tun, Sein Win, Nai Htaw Sorn, Sai Mauk Kham, Vice President of Burma, San C. Po, Thakin Mya, Mahn Ba Khaing, Ba Cho, Ohn Maung, Tin Aung Myint Oo, Tin Tut, Chit Hlaing, Nyan Win, Aung Kham Hti, Maung Maung Gyi, Ohn Gyaw, Kinwun Mingyi U Kaung, Hmu Aung, Sao Seng Suk, Khin Aung Myint, Tin Hlaing, Thein Nyunt. Excerpt: Aung San Suu Kyi (Burmese: ; MLCTS: ; Burmese pronunciation: ; born 19 June 1945) is a Burmese opposition politician and a former General Secretary of the National League for Democracy. In the 1990 general election, Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party won 59% of the national votes and 81% (392 of 485) of the seats in Parliament. She had, however, already been detained under house arrest before the elections. She remained under house arrest in Burma for almost 15 of the 21 years from July 20, 1989 until her release on 13 November 2010. Primarily in response to her detention, Aung San Suu Kyi received the Rafto Prize and the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in 1990 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991. In 1992 she was awarded the Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding by the government of India and the International Simón Bolívar Prize from the government of Venezuela. In 2007, the Government of Canada made her an honorary citizen of that country, one of only five people ever to receive the honor. Aung San Suu Kyi is the third child and only daughter of Aung San, considered to be the father of modern-day Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi derives her name from three relatives: "Aung San" from her father, "Suu" from her paternal grandmother and "Kyi" from her mother Khin Kyi. She is frequently called Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Daw is not part of her name, but is an honorific, similar to madame, for older, revered women, literally meaning "aunt". She is also often referred to as Daw Suu by the Burmese, and as Dr. Suu Kyi, Ms. Suu Kyi, or Mrs. Suu Kyi by the foreign media. However, like other Burmese, she has no surname (see Burmese names). Her name is pronounced Awn Sahn Sue Chee. President Vice Presidents Assembly of the Union House of Representatives Political partiesElections: 1990, 2010Human rightsForeign relationsNaming issuesAdministrative divisionsDistrictsTownshipsAung San Suu Kyi was born in Rangoon (now named Yangon). Her father, Aung San,


Imaginary Homelands - 2839855029

55,99 zł

Imaginary Homelands

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Literature & literary studies>Prose: non-fiction>Literary essays

With Candour, Eloquence And Indignation, This Title Carefully Examines An Expanse Of Topics; Including The Politics Of India And Pakistan, Censorship, The Labour Party, Palestinian Identity, Contemporary Film And Late-twentieth Century Race, Religion And


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