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In this ground-breaking study, based on valuable field data, Edward Duyker examines the historical roots of the Santal participation in the Naxalite movement; discusses the implications of the Naxalite use of traditional weapons and forms of tribal warfare; describes the use of oral tradition to incite revolutionary fervor; and analyzes the role of clan and kinship in determining Santal participation in the movement.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, Oxford and Delhi, 1987. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Hardcover with jacket. Good condition. Name of previous owner, Jagdish Gundara, penned on the FEP and title page. Jacket is lightly scored, sunned and worn, with a few light creases. Minor nicks to the upper leading corners. Light marks and wear to the hardcover; spine foot is bumped. Sticker on BEP. The binding is sound; all content is clear. CM. Used. Seller Inventory # 475206