Shamrik Mukti Dal

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The Shamrik Mukti Dal is a “post-traditionalist communist” movement formed in rural Maharashta, India in the 1980s. The movement's manifesto calls for “a new ecologically balanced, prosperous, non-exploitative society” and replacing the state with a “network of decentralized and ecologically balanced agro-industrial centers.” The manifeso describes their strategy as “striking one blow after another against the roots of the established capitalist, casteist, patriarchal, socioeconomic structure.”[1]

  1. Maia Ramnath, Decolonizing Anarchism: An Anti-Authoritarian History of India's Liberation Struggle (Oakland: AK Press, 2011), 221-223. http://libcom.org/files/Maia%20Ramnath%20-%20Decolonizing%20Anarchism.pdf