Democracy and Revolutionary Politics
by Neera Chandhoke
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic 2015
Number of pages: 192
By exploring the concept of political violence from the perspective of critical political theory, Neera Chandhoke investigates its nature, justification and contradictions. She uses the case study of Maoist revolutionaries in India to globalize and relocate the debate alongside questions of social injustice, exploitation, oppression and imperfect democracies.
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