Decline of a Patrimonial Regime: The Telengana Rebellion in India, 1946–51

@article{Elliott1974DeclineOA,
  title={Decline of a Patrimonial Regime: The Telengana Rebellion in India, 1946–51},
  author={C. Elliott},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  year={1974},
  volume={34},
  pages={27-47}
}
  • C. Elliott
  • Published 1974
  • History
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
Recent studies of peasant rebellions in colonial countries have tended to focus attention on the persons who rebelled. The egregious conditions that aroused their indignation, the social and economic transformations that gave them the capacity to act, the leaders who came forward to mobilize them—these are the questions most commonly asked to explain peasant militancy and rebellion. This perspective can yield only a partial view, for it leaves in the shadows one of the two major actors in such… Expand
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