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WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VIII: 'Cultured' Industry (Part 3) Heavy Industries Of The Russian Model:Priorities in Industry were substantially influenced by the Soviet model. The government accorded highest priority to mining, heavy industries, generation of power, steel, cement etc.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VIII: 'Cultured' Industry (Part 2) 23.2.2000:It would have been inconceivable to implement the Japan-like policy of industrialisation in India. India lacked a central, political, institution that commanded abounding respect from all the people. The society was fractured due to the caste system.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VIII: 'Cultured' Industry (Part 1) The influence of the Stalinist socialists model as also the convenience of the elite to denominate in the industrial field where they had little knowledge and experience had a large influence on post-independence planning.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VII: A Second Partition (Part 5) Fattening the Calves for Slaughter: The agricultural production can be augmented by three means:  Reinforcement of infrastructure, Advancement of technology andProvision of economic incentives.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VII: A Second Partition (Part 4) Tyranny of Essential Commodities' Act:Kidwai’s attempt at liberalisation failed. The system of rationing was firmly re-established.. Then followed a period of stagnation in food production. Population continued to grow.
 
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WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VII: A Second Partition (Part 3) INDIA VERSUS BHARAT:Economic policy of the British had resulted in a continuous flow of village people from villages to towns in search of livelihood. Further, social inequity of villages had pushed out a large number of people from the depressed class to the cities.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VII: A Second Partition (Part 2) Doctrine of Surplus Value:The Marxist Doctrine propounds that the surplus value comes out of the exploitation of the labour and the working classes. How do primitive societies develop primary capital before the commencement of Industrialisation?
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VII: A Second Partition (Part 1) The problem of raising capital:Development of Industry pre-supposes development in a large number of diverse fields. In countries that are today considered as industrially developed, agricultural, transportation and Commercial revolutions preceded commencement of the industrial revolution.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VI: The Elitist's Democracy (Part 3) SYSTEM OF ABSOLUTE MAJORITY Certain countries that have geographical constituencies but do not follow the English system of “First Past The Post” that is of doctrine as winner, the candidates who win more votes than any of his rivals.
 
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH INDEPENDENCE? Chapter VI: The Elitist's Democracy (Part 2) REPRESENTATION OF THE BACKWARD CLASSES The situation of the backward classes was very different from that of the Muslims. Muslims had been the victorious rulers for centuries.