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dc.description.abstractInterview of Amar Krishna Vyas, veteran trade union leader and Socialist Party leader, Rajasthan. Participated in Quit India movement and got influenced by the Praja Lok Mandal. Began working with Sweepers. A Harijan union was formed in 1946 and organised nine successful strikes at that time, for grade, salary, DA etc. Also organised postal workers, stone querry workers and others.en_US
dc.subjectTrade Unionsen_US
dc.subjectSocialist Partyen_US
dc.titleInterview of Amar Krishna Vyasen_US
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