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Economic Liberation

The following was authored by Shrii Sarkar in 1959 as part of the two-part Human Society series. For clarification on the various psycho-social classes mentioned in the article, please see Shrii Sarkar's discourse on the dynamics of the social cycle and related material on this site.

By Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar

The subservient intellectuals employ all their intellectual power to …

Concentration of the Value of Wealth

It is difficult for the common good to prevail against the intense concentration of those who have a special interest, especially if the decisions are made behind locked doors. -Jimmy Carter

Market forces and capitalism by themselves aren't sufficient to ensure the common good and to limit the concentration of wealth at levels that are compatible with democratic ideals. -Thomas …

The Chakraborty Report – Part 1

The Chakraborty report, on the poisoning of Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar by Patna jail authorities, was prepared by two senior advocates of Calcutta's High Court, Mr. Amar Prasad Chakraborty (chairman) and Mr. Bhakti Bhusan Mondal (member). Their report was prepared with proper legal proceedure but was not an officially government sanctioned commission. Below is the first part of the report. Part 2

The Weakening of Political Democracy and the Prospects of Economic Fairness

By Trond Øverland

All over the world over, the economy is getting worse.1 Everywhere we see the same scenario: disappearing well paid jobs which results in less purchasing capacity. When most of the fit population no longer have a decent income, they will neither be able to fend for themselves nor contribute to the economy. Due to the ensuing …

Elevating Backward Classes

Shrii Prabhat Ranijan Sarkar
June 1979, Calcutta

Throughout the world many groups of people are in urgent need of relief. They are suffering from physical, psychic and spiritual deprivation because the different socio-economic systems in vogue only pander to particular sections of society, neglecting those in need and society as a whole.

Marxism, for example, divides society into the capitalists …