The Bangladesh Revolution and Its Aftermath

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English (US)
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The University Press Limited
First Published
1980
Page Length
262

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The short but stormy life of Bangladesh presents questions that have a far wider relevance. Was its secessionist birth the outcome of ever-latent nationalism or failure of political management or just Indian armed forces? How could its charismatic founder leader fall by assassination in the fourth year of his reign? What made democratic urges culminate in military rule? In this first account of a liberation struggle that was more than a nationalist revolution but less than a social transformation, leading Bangladesh political scientist, Professor Talukder Maniruzzaman, traces the origins, nature and consequences of the violent course of his country's birth and early years. This well-informed, careful study illuminates the recent past and the future prospects of this new state of 100 million people and at the same time deepens our understanding of political processes common to many parts of the Third World.



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