Karl marx essays on india

The English press feigns to derive great comfort from the conviction that the revolt had not yet spread beyond the boundaries of the Bengal Presidency, and that not the least doubt was entertained of the loyalty of the Bombay and Madras armies. However, this pleasant view of the case seems singularly to clash with the fact conveyed by the last mail of a mutiny of the Nizam’s cavalry having broken out at Aurungabad. Aurungabad being the capital of the district of the same name which belongs to the Bombay Presidency, the truth is that the last mail announces a commencement of revolt of the Bombay army. The Aurungabad mutiny is, indeed, said to have been at once put down by General Woodburn. But was not the Meerut mutiny said to have been put down at once? Did not the Lucknow mutiny, after having been quenched by Sir H. Lawrence, make a more formidable reappearance a fortnight later? Will it not be recollected that the very first announcement of mutiny in the Indian army was accompanied with the announcement of restored order? Although the bulk of the Bombay and Madras armies is composed of low caste men, there are still mixed to every regiment some hundred Rajpoots, a number quite sufficient to form the connecting links with the high caste rebels of the Bengal army. The Punjaub is declared to he quiet, but at the same time we are informed that “at Ferozepore, on the 13th of June, military executions had taken place,” while Vaughan’s corps – 5th Punjaub Infantry – is praised for “having behaved admirably in pursuit of the 55th Native Infantry.” This, it must be confessed, is a very queer sort of “quiet.”

Karl Marx Looking at the beginnings of civilization, one can identify a common theme between all nations... Adam Smith and Karl Marx were individuals who held widely differing political views on their ideas of the perfect government. Adam Smith has been regarded as the father of modern day economics, and Karl Marx is regarded as the father of communism. ... On the other hand Karl Marx had differing opinions on how the economy should be run. Karl Marx's, Communist Manifesto unlike The Wealth of Nations opposed the idea of a free market economy and any form of economic competiti...

Karl marx essays on india

karl marx essays on india


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