A Neo-Marxist Analysis of India

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Anthropology 123
28 July 2011
A Neo-Marxist Analysis of India
Introduction
The complex interactions that people have within their urban, physical, and social environments in India exemplify the cornerstones of a Marxist theoretical framework. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels engaged in a lifetime of inquiry and delivered copious fodder for generations of heated debate. One topic Marx and Engels touched on has been regarded as somewhat underdeveloped in their body of work: Asiatic mode of production (AMP). The impetus for this paper comes from the fact that Marx actually regarded AMP as “the forerunner of the system of political economy of capitalism” (Krader 8).
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