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George, Adolf and Benito
Surely the German minister of justice is wrong in comparing George Bush to Adolf Hitler alone. For Bush in his Iraq policy also draws from Benito Mussolini, Francisco Franco and the warmongers of Imperial Japan. To fully understand what I am trying t...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Enough of this violence
Sir — The resumption of Palestinian suicide bombings and the subsequent siege on Yasser Arafat’s he ...  | Read.. 
 
Protesting too much
Sir — L.K. Advani’s remark praising Calcutta’s Metro Railways while admitting that he had not liked ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THUS CAPITAL
The key to survival is change. As materialists, and therefore convinced Darwinians, communists should recognize this. But not...| Read.. 
 
WORKING CONGRESS
When A.O. Hume founded the Congress, it was an association of like-minded people with a definite aim, seeking a line of actio...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
how to cast a wider net
The recent report of the comptroller and auditor general on West Bengal’s finances for the year 2000-01 has brought to light ...  | Read.. 
OPED
To answer a burning question
The sun had just set behind a mass of black dust. The rickety old trekker packed with sundry goods — from men, hanging out of doors or perched atop the hood, to cattle, an od...  | Read.. 
 
Special classes of little use
The government of India did not fix any target for opening of non-formal education centres in the state. The state government also did not involve itself in setting up NFE cen...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I have learned that if one cannot call a country to heel like a dog, neither can one dismiss the past with a smile in an easy gush of feeling, saying: I could not help it, I am also a victim. — DORIS LESSING