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In 1975, Ashok Mitra (1928-2018) asked whether fascism would pass in India. Many are still asking
An avowed Marxist with an eclectic range of interest, the economist and acerbic columnist died in Kolkata on May 1, 2018, at the age of 90.
· May 01, 2018 · 05:30 pm
What does one do with West Bengal’s reserve army of poets?
A column from 1973 by the noted economist and politician.
· Nov 02, 2014 · 04:30 pm