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Clearly, stress upon the juxtaposition of national reserve armies, whilst a useful indicator, must necessarily take very careful account of pre-existing levels of industrialisation, state strategies, working class formation and organisation, and so on. an, 1982, p. 464). Placing himself firmly in the camp of those who argue that capitalism in India has developed not by destroying pre-capitalist structures but by adjusting to them, Pathy argues that the increasing association of the Indian bourgeoisie with transnational capital is creating a surplus population which cannot be absorbed either by agriculture or the formal industrial sector.