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What is the difference between Maoist & Marxist?

Asked by gangadhar dalal, 19 Jun '09 01:30 pm
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I really want to know
Answered by true indian, 19 Jun '09 01:33 pm

 
  
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Actually there is no difference, but as usual in India, every one wants to become a top leader in the party and if it is not possible he starts a new party, in the same process communists are also no exception. They started new parties with new ideologies[terminology] since it is a lucrative business. Nepal communists want money then they sell some arms with profits to Indian communists. The India communists collect money from the rich asfter deducting their discount they spend the remaining money for the arms , it is a chain stsarts from the arms manufacturers. As the business very profitable so many entr in to the competetion with different names. Now you can start 'Marxoism' or 'Maorxism'
Answered by yeluri venkatadhrirao, 19 Jun '09 04:10 pm

 
  
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JO sarkar mai hai vo marxist &
JO sarkar ke bahar hai vo maoist.
Answered by Milind Dessai, 19 Jun '09 01:32 pm

 
  
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