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Indian Writers and Political Leaders

 

M N Roy Bhagat Singh  (1907-1931)
Celebrated revolutionary and a major figure in the Indian independence movement of the early Twentieth Century. Singh was active in revolutionary struggle from an early age and he was briefly affiliated with the Mohandas Gandhi's "Non-Cooperation" movement, although Singh would break with Gandhi's philosophy of non-violent resistance later in life. full biography

 

 

 

B. R. Ambedkar
Bhimrao Ramji Ambdekar  (1891-1956)
B. R. Ambedkar was an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement and campaigned against social discrimination towards the Dalits, maintaining a vigorous and prolongued debate in print with Mohandas Gandhi on the matter.  He also championed the rights of women and labour.  He was a founding father of the Republic of India, the architect of its Constitution, and independent India's first Law and Justice Minister. 

 

 

 

M N Roy D.D. Kosambi  (1907-1966)
Mathematician, Indologist, historian, political theorist and commentator. As a Marxist, D.D. Kosambi applied Historical Materialism to the analysis of ancient Indian civilisations and societies. A prominent peace activist, Kosambi helped to raise awareness regarding the threat that nuclear weapons pose to humanity. full biography

On Japanese Rearmament: An Indian View (June 16, 1951)
Full Text of D.D. Kosambi's Exasperating Essays (1957)

 

 

M N Roy M.N. Roy  (1887-1954)
A principal figure in revolutionary nationalism in his early years, M. N. Roy eventually became the forerunner of Marxian politics in India. Roy had a leading role in revolutionary movements in India, Mexico, the Middle East, the Soviet Union, Indonesia and China. full biography

 

 

 

Saumyendranath Tagore  (1901-1974)
Indian communist and a leader in the Indian trade union movement. During the British Raj, he was a member of the Workers and Peasants Party and union leader in Bengal. He was persecuted by the British authorities and forced to leave India.  He was a delegate to the 6th Congress of the Comintern. Later came to favor Trotsky's theory of Permanent Revolution. He formed the Communist League of India, which was later renamed Revolutionary Communist Party of India.

 


Shibdas Ghosh (1923-1976)
Founder of Socialist Unity Centre of India (SUCI).

 

 

Shripad Amrit Dange  (1899-1991)
Founding member of the Communist Party of India (CPI) and a leader in the Indian trade union movement. During the British Raj, he was arrested and jailed by the British authorities for communist and trade union activities. Dange was present at the founding of the Communist Party of India in 1925, and in 1962 he was named party chairman.  Among his wider political successes were his election as a member of the Bombay Legislative Assembly, and as a member of the 2nd and 4th Lok Sabhas from the Bombay City Central constituency.  He is credited with successfully spearheading the formation of Maharashtra State in 1960. Dange was expelled from the CPI in 1981 and joined the All-India Communist Party.

 

Bhalchandra Trimbak Ranadive  (1904-1990)
Founding member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).  In the 1930s he was a major trade union leader in Mumbai.  In the 1940s he was named to the Central Committee of the Communist Party, and elected as its General Secretary. He left the CPI in the 1964 split and became one of the main leaders of the newly-founded CPI (Marxist).

 

 

Charu Mazumdar Charu Mazumdar  (1918-1972)
First General Secretary and Co-Founder of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (CPI-ML). Joined Tebhaga Movement in 1946 and organized the leftist faction of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in the 1960s. Mazumdar was instrumental in the Naxalbari peasant uprising of 1967 and soon thereafter, Mazumdar and Kanu Sanyal formed the All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries (AICCCR) and later founded the CPI-ML. Mazumdar was arrested in July 1972 and died in custody, reportedly following torture at the hands of the police.

 

 

Vinod Mishra Vinod Mishra  (1947-1998)
General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation from 1975 to 1998. His important theoretical contributions include writings on party organization building, collective leadership and political unity, as well as his theories on caste, class and gender issues in the Indian context.  full biography

 

 

 

Vinod MishraCherukuri Rajkumar "Azad"  (1952-2010)
Leading member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Maoist).  He was instrumental in establishing the party in Karnataka and Maharashtra, and in supporting its "People's War".  In time Azad became the leading spokesperson for the party's Central Committee.

 

 

 

Anuradha Gandhy Anuradha Gandhy  (1954-2008)
Founding member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) and of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), to whose Central Committee she was elected at the founding congress.  Gandhy was a leader in the Indian trade union movement, dalit rights movement, and adivasi and women's movements in Jharkand and Maharastra. She directed her party's work among women and was a leader in the Krantikari Adivasi Mahila Sanghatan (KAMS).

 

 


Writings on the Revolutionary Movements in India

 

Abani Mukherji:  Indian Labour Movement: A Review of the Situation (1922)

Articles by Ajit Roy from Workers' International News
Ferment in India  July 1939
Congress Socialism  1939
Friends of India  1943
India — The Role of Congress Leaders  1943

Hemu Kalani:  Ministry-Makers and "Leftist" Fakers from Fourth International, July 1945

Ajoy Ghosh:  Bhagat Singh and His Comrades, 1945

Forward to Socialist Revolution  Statement of policy on International and National situation as passed and adopted by the [Revolutionary Socialist Party at its] Third All-National Conference, 1948. (BASTI, U.P.)

A Positive Programme for Indian Revolution   Articles Reproduced from The Call
(September, October, November and December, 1973)
This booklet offers a brief but comprehensive rationale for Socialist Revolution as the immediate stage of Revolution in the post-Independence India, as advocated by the Revolutionary Socialist Party of India and some other groups, as opposed to various forms of Democratic Revolution - as espoused by the CPI, CPIM, CPIML, CPI(Maoist) and such other offshoots from the official communist movement in India.

This remains an important ongoing debate in the Indian context.

The Swing Back: A critical survey of the devious zig-zags of CPI political line  
by Tridib Chaudhuri (1950) 

The "Marxist" Left in India by Nigel Harris (1972)

Origins of the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP) by Buddhadeva Bhattacharya (1982)
This work is something of an historical document which traces the trajectory of the evolution of the leading section of militant nationalism into a Marxist current.

The work focuses upon a specific chapter and aspect of India’s Freedom Movement — its complex and evolving relationship with Marxism in terms of the genesis of a political party, swearing by Revolutionary Marxism-Leninism, called the RSP (the Revolutionary Socialist Party).

Spring Thunder Over India (1967) People's Daily

Sushital Roy Choudhuri:  Ranadive Tries To Deceive (1967)

Rajani Palme Dutt—Great Son of the Indian People by Dilip Bose (1975)

 


 

Critiques of Gandhism

Present Events in India by "N."  (December 1921)

Saklatvala
Shapurji Saklatvala

The Debacle of Gandhism by Evelyn Roy  (1922)

The End of Gandhi by R. Palme Dutt (1922)

India Past Present and Future (Book Review) Labour Monthly (1922)

Mahatma Gandhi: Revolutionary or Counter-Revolutionary? A Reply to Romain Rolland and Henri Barbusse by Evelyn Roy (1923)

On Non-Violence and the Masses by MN Roy  (November 10, 1923)

Who is this Gandhi? by Shapurji Saklatvala  (1930)

To Young Political Workers by Bhagat Singh  (February 2, 1931)

 

 


 Historical Indian Communist Parties

 

DOCUMENTS OF THE COMMUNIST MOVEMENT IN INDIA

Volume I (1917-1928) | Volume III-C (1928) | Volume IV (1939-1943) | Volume V (1944-1948) | Volume VIII (1957-1961) | Volume IX (1962-1963)

 

Communist Party of India / CPI

Communist Party of India (Marxist) / CPI(M)

Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) / CPI(M-L)

 

Bolshevik-Leninist Party of India / BLPI

 

Revolutionary Socialist Party / RSP

 

Democratic Vanguard - Workers' Party of India / DV

 

Bolshevik Party of India / BPI

 

Revolutionary Communist Party of India / RCPI

 


 

 

Writings on India by Marx & Engels

Notes on Indian History (664-1858), by Karl Marx

Articles and Correspondence on the East India Company and the First Indian War of Independence, by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels (1853-1859)

 

 


Pre-Comintern and Early Marxist Writings on India

Works by Lala Lajpat Rai
Young India by Lala Lajpat Rai, 1916

 


Comintern and Cominform on India

England and Rural India Labour Monthly (October 1921)
India in the Labour World by Shapurji Saklatvala  for Labour Monthly (November 1921)
Revolutionary India by Sadananda Karsan  for International Press Correspondence (December 20, 1921)
The End of Gandhi by R. Palme Dutt  for The Communist (February 1922)
Britain and India by Benjamin G. Horniman Labour Monthly (March 1922)
India Past Present and Future by Clemens Dutt for Labour Monthly (September 1922)
British Capital and Indian Revolt by Shapurji Saklatvala  for The Communist (November 1922)
How the Worker Lives — In India by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (October 1923)
Indian Politics: An Analysis by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (July 1925)
Indian Peasant Through Official Spectacles by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (August 1926)
British Labour and India by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (September 1926)
Indian Nationalism and the Elections by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (December 1926)
India and Britain  Shapurji Saklatvala  for Labour Monthly (June 1927)
British War Preparations in India by A. N. Bhaduri for Labour Monthly (September 1927)
The Indian Trade Union Movement By Phillip Spratt  for Labour Monthly (October 1927)
Capitalist Exploitation in Indian Agriculture, Part I by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (November 1927)
Capitalist Exploitation in Indian Agriculture, Part II by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (December 1927)
The Indian Struggle for Independence by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (March 1928)
The Present Strike Movement in India by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (June 1928)
The Indian Awakening by R. Palme Dutt  for Labour Monthly (June 1928)
Thesis on the Revolutionary Movement in the Colonies and Semi-Colonies of the VI World Congress of the Communist International International Press Correspondence (December 12, 1928)
The Indian League for Independence by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (January 1929)
The Political Situation in India Labour Monthly (March 1929)
The Outsider's India by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (May 1929)
India on the Eve of Revolt By Phillip Spratt  for Labour Monthly (May 1929)
The Class Struggle in India by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (July 1929)
The Role and Leadership of the Indian Working Class by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (December 1929)
Problems of the Revolution in India by Karl Radek  for International Press Correspondence (June 26, 1930)
On the Situation in India by V. Chattopadhyahya  for International Press Correspondence (June 26, 1930)
The Indian National Revolution by Clemens Dutt  for Labour Monthly (June 1930)
Who is this Gandhi? by Shapurji Saklatvala   for Labour Monthly (July 1930)
Faked Indian Statistics as Imperialist Propaganda by V Chattopadhyay for Labour Monthly (September 1930)
The Indian Round Table Conference by Shapurji Saklatvala   for Labour Monthly (December 1930)
The Indian Round-Table Conference: A Danger to World Peace and Socialism by Shapurji Saklatvala   for Labour Monthly (February 1931)
Continue the Struggle for the Complete Independence of India! International Press Correspondence (March 26, 1931)
India by R. Palme Dutt  for Labour Monthly (1931)
The Second Indian Round Table Conference by Shapurji Saklatvala   for Labour Monthly (October 1931)
Mr. Roy's Services to Counter-Revolution International Press Correspondence (October 29, 1931)
The Fight for Indian Independence by R. Bishop  for International Press Correspondence (January 7, 1932)
The Indian Masses Move Forward by D.P.R. Gunawardena for Labour Monthly (February 1932)
The Growing Mass Revolt in India by Clements Dutt  for International Press Correspondence (February 4, 1932)
British Blood-Stained Rule in Bombay by Cepeda  for International Press Correspondence (May 26, 1932)
The Struggle for the Indian Masses Under Conditions of Colonial Terror by Rathan Singh  for International Press Correspondence (July 7, 1932)
Some Urgent Problems of the Labour Movement in India by V. Basak (1932)
The Meerut Sentences by R. Page Arnot  for Labour Monthly (February 1933)
The Present Situation in India, I: A Summary of the Policy of Gandhism by V. Basak  for International Press Correspondence (September 8, 1933)
The Present Situation in India, II: What is the Struggle of the Communists for the Hegemony of the Proletariat? by V. Basak  for International Press Correspondence (September 15, 1933)
The Present Situation in India, III by V. Basak  for International Press Correspondence (September 22, 1933)
The Present Situation in India, IV: We Must Establish a Spirit and Discipline in Our Ranks by V. Basak  for International Press Correspondence (September 29, 1933)
The Background in India by Ben Bradley for Labour Monthly (March 1934)
A Conversation with Indian Comrades by Orgwald  for International Press Correspondence (March 29, 1934)
India as In Fact It Is by Shapurji Saklatvala   for Labour Monthly (January 1935)
The Sixty-Six Per Cent Background to the India Bill by Joan Beauchamp for Labour Monthly (March 1935)
The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonial Countries by Wang Ming [Speech at the Seventh Comintern Congress] (August 1935)
Anti-Imperialist People's Front in India by R. Palme Dutt and Ben Bradley  for Labour Monthly (1936)
Left Nationalism in India by R. Palme Dutt  for Labour Monthly (1936)
The Indian Elections by Ben Bradley for Labour Monthly (March 1937)
On the Eve of the Indian National Congress Labour Monthly (March 1938)
The Haripura Session by Ben Bradley for Labour Monthly (April 1938)
India and World Peace by V R Krishna Menon for Labour Monthly (June 1938)
Indian Workers’ Great One-Day Strike by Ben Bradley for Labour Monthly (January 1939)
Indian Nationalism After Tripuri by Bill Bradley for Labour Monthly (May 1939)
The Bombay Strike by S.S. Batliwala for Labour Monthly (December 1939)
Indian National Congress Resolution  Labour Monthly (April 1940)
India Before Storm by Michael Carritt for Labour Monthly (May 1940)
India To-day by Page Arnot for Labour Monthly (September 1940)
India's Agrarian revolution by Michael Carritt for Labour Monthly (November 1940)
Civil Liberty in the Empire by Desmond Buckle for Labour Monthly (February 1941)
The Crisis in India by Michael Carritt for Labour Monthly (February 1941)
India — A Call to the British People by Harry Pollitt for Labour Monthly (June 1941)
Indian Trade Union Movement Labour Monthly (June 1941)
India and the War by James S. Allen in The Communist, Vol. XXI, No. 5 (New York, June 1942)
The India Crisis. Statement of the National Committee of the Communist Party, USA in The Communist, Vol. XXI, No. 8 (New York, September 1942)
Britain in the World Front by R. Palme Dutt (1942)
India — What Must be Done by Ben Bradley for Pamphlet of Communist Party of Great Britain (1942)
India Problems — 4 articles for Pamphlet of Communist Party of Great Britain (December 1942)
Indian Crisis by Ben Bradley for Labour Monthly (May 1943)
Famine in India by V. K. Krishna Menon for Labour Monthly (October 1943)
The Colonies: The Way Forward A Memorandum Issued by the Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain (1944)
India's Food and Population for Labour Monthly (February 1945)
Indian Problems for Labour Monthly (August 1945)
Searchlight on India by Michael Carritt for Labour Monthly (November 1945)
Imperialism and the Indian Army by Neil Steward for Labour Monthly (May 1947)
The Mountbatten Plan for India by R. Palme Dutt Labour Monthly (July 1947)
Repression Against the Communist Party of India by D. Cambey  for For a Lasting Peace, For a People's Democracy! (May 15, 1948)
On the Agrarian Question in India [Reprinted from The Communist] (January 1949)
What is Happening in India? by Sharaf Athar Ali for World News and Views (March 12, 1949)
Colonial Peoples' Struggle for Liberation (1950)
Indian Elections by D. K. Bose for Labour Monthly (March 1952)

 

Works by Evelyn Roy
The Crisis in Indian Nationalism by Evelyn Roy (1922)
Politics in Gaya by Evelyn Roy (1923)
Some Facts about the Bombay Strike by Evelyn Roy (1924)
Indian Political Exiles in France by Evelyn Roy (1925)

 

 


 

Trotskyist Writings on India

 

An Open Letter to the Workers of India   Leon Trotsky (July 25, 1939)

Manifesto of the Fourth International: To the Workers and Peasants of India (October 1942)

portrait Problems of Colonial India I by Stanley Plastrik (as S. Stanley) (New International, 1939)
Problems of Colonial India II by Stanley Plastrik (as S. Stanley) (New International, 1939)
Problems of Colonial India III by Stanley Plastrik (as S. Stanley) (New International, 1939)
Notes on Contemporary India by Stanley Plastrik (as S. Stanley) (New International, 1939)
Will India Accept Federation? by Stanley Plastrik (as S. Stanley) (New International, (New International, 1939)
Gandhi Fast Is Forerunner of Major Indian Struggles by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
Gandhi Gives “Advice” to British Imperialists by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
India Congress Meets as British Begin New Terror by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
A Voice from Peasant India  Jadunandan Sharma  (New International, 1939)
Ferment in India By Ajit Roy (Workers‘ International News, July 1939)
British Imperialism in India by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (New International, 1939)
Major Struggle Ahead in India, British Reject Freedom Demand by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
How Gandhi ‘Fought’ the Last War by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
Indian Left Wing Flays Ghandi (sic!) by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1939)
India and the War (Workers‘ International News, December 1939)
The Real Situation in India (Workers‘ International News, January 1940)
Proposed Deal Fails – British Spurn Gandhi by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1940)
Bombay Workers Strike; Fight Against War Gains in India by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1940)
O’Dwyer, the Butcher of Amritsar, Meets His Fate in London by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Socialist Appeal, 1940)
India and the Third Camp by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (New International, 1940)
Mounting Crisis in India (Workers‘ International News, April 1940)
British Labour and India (Workers‘ International News, May 1940)
Congress Cannot Lead (Workers‘ International News, July 1940)
In Salute to a Soldier of the Revolution by Stanley Plastrik (obituary, as S.S.) (Labor Action, 1941)
British Representatives Hold Delhi Conference by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (Labor Action, 1941)
Eton Brahmin by Stanley Plastrik (as Sherman Stanley) (New International, 1941)
India Status Haunts MP’s by Stanley Plastrik (as S.S.) (Labor Action, 1941)
The Future of India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (New International, 1941)
Behind the Struggle for Indian Independence by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
Does Hindu-Moslem Enmity Prevent Indian Freedom? by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
India’s Fight for Freedom by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
Nehru – Leader of a Free India? by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
A Program for Indian Independence by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
Britain Offers a Rubber Check to Indian People by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
Independence – Next Step for the Indian People! by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1941)
The Classes of India and Their Political Roles (Fourth International, March 1942)
The British Conquest of India (New International, March 1942)
Britain's Reactionary Role in India (Fourth International, April 1942)
Gandhi’s “Passive Resistance” Line a Blow at Freedom for Indian People by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
India’s People Still Demand Freedom! by Stanley Plastrik (as H.J.) (Labor Action, 1942)
Hands Off India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
The Revolt in India by Stanley Plastrik (as H.J.) (New International, 1942)
Some Facts on ‘Enmity’ of Hindu and Moslem by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
There Is No Compromise on India’s Demand for Immediate Independence by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
British Violence Against India’s People Continues by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
Opportunism on India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (New international, 1942)
Inquilah Zindabad! By Albert Glotzer (Fourth International, September 1942)
Petty-Bourgeois Radicalism on The Struggle in India  Felix Morrow  (Fourth International, 1942)
A Transitional Program for India (Fourth International, October 1942)
British Violence Increases in India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
India – Is America Set to Intervene? by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
Once More – Opportunism on India by Stanley Plastrik (as H.J.) (New International, 1942)
Stalin’s Strikebreakers at Work in India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1942)
Friends of India By Ajit Roy (Workers‘ International News, January 1943)
International Notes: India - News from the Bolshevik-Leninist Party/Their View of the Struggle" (Fourth International, July 1943)
India – The Role of Congress Leaders By Ajit Roy (Workers‘ International News, August 1943)
WIL Theses on Indian Revolution (Workers‘ International News, October-November 1943)
After Thoughts on Dissolution of the Comintern By an Indian Revolutionist By Hakim Mirza (Workers‘ International News, February 1944)
Trotskyism in India (Fourth International, October 1944)
The Present Political Situation in India (Fourth International, October 1944)
Gandhi on the Road to Betrayal (Fourth International, October 1944)
The August 1942 Struggle (Fourth International, October 1944)
The Famine in India (I): The Food Crisis (by S. Krishna Menon for Fourth International, October 1944)
The Famine in India (II) War and the Food Crisis (by JKL for Fourth International, 1944)
The Bombay Plan By M. Naidu (Workers‘ International News, December 1944)
"International Notes: India" (Fourth International, April 1945)
"International Notes: India - The Coining Compromise/The Future of the Congress Socialist Party" (Fourth International, July 1945)
India’s Year of Decision by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
The Politics of the Indian Bourgeoisie By Suren Morarji ( Workers‘ International News, February-March 1946)
Indians Retreat – Temporarily by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
“Quit India!” Cry Angry Masses by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
Attlee Offer to Indians Is a Fraud! by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
Demand Freedom for India Now! by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
Will India Really Get Its Freedom? by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
Communal Riots a Tragic Injury to India’s Independence Cause by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
A Political Portrait of Nehru, Premier of India’s New Cabinet by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1946)
The Indian Constituent Assembly (Workers‘ International News, September-October 1946)
Behind the Hindu-Moslem Strife by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (New International, 1946)
[Bolshevik-Leninist Party of India] Resolution on Pakistan (New International, 1946)
Conflict in India By Tony Cliff (Workers‘ International News, January-February 1947)
Toward a Re-United India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (New International, 1948)
Gandhi Assassination Stirs Crises in India by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (Labor Action, 1948)
World Politics – Gandhi: Man and Politician by Stanley Plastrik (unsigned) (column) (Labor Action, 1948)
Struggle for the Image of Gandhi by Stanley Plastrik (as Henry Judd) (New International, 1948)
Trotskyism in India from International Trotskyism by Robert J. Alexander

 

 


 

The Sino-Indian War (1962)

The Himalayan Adventure: India-China War of 1962 — Causes and Consequences
by Suniti Kumar Ghosh (2002)

Selections from The Sino-Indian Boundary Question

Statement of the Government of the People’s Republic of China (October 24, 1962)
Premier Chou En-Lai’s Letter to Prime Minister Nehru (November 7, 1959)

 


 

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