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As many as 25 such vans were obtained at a cost of Rs 2 lakh. Corporate leaders Ratan Tata, "No talks (with Shiv Sena) are currently underway. over which Rammanohar Lohia left the PSP to form the SSP.summits of postwar historical writing, as Edward Said described them It is hard to measure their impact because they have becometo use Audens phrase about Freuda whole climate of opinion They are astonishing works in every measure: the literary craftthe handling of detail and a sense of being able to grasp the essence of an age beyond the vagaries of chronology And they have the hallmark of all great books: agreement with the central thesis of the book is irrelevant to how much you can learn from it Opinion is more divided on his reflections on the 20th centuryincluding The Age of Extremes and his autobiographical writings I used to assign his books as background for a course on modern political ideologiesco-taught with one of his other liberal admirersStanley Hoffmann The students loved the booksin tonecontent and finesse The Age of Extremes would leave students more troubledpartly because of its uninterrogated anti-Americanism But it was also partly because Hobsbawms sensibilityfor all its contemporarinessseemed so 19th century The 19th century had two things that were perfect for a historian of his sensibility For all its sordidnessviolence and exploitationit had a boundless sense of culture and it had a sense of human possibility The idea that human emancipationin the deepest sense of the termis possiblethat somehow humanity would be diminished if it could not imagine a point that transcended the current contradictions of human existencewas very much a 19th century idea It had not yet been chastened by the horrors and brutalities of the 20th centurywhich made holding on to shards of civilisation itself seem utopian Hobsbawm powerfully chronicled these horrors But what set him apart from his liberal counterparts was the refusal to countenance the belief that the emancipatory and utopian visions contained within themselves the seed of their own destruction The 20th century was morally unnervingnot just because the grand emancipatory projects failed; history is littered with all kinds of failures It was unnerving because the cause of failure was the aspiration itself: the attempt to get rid of exploitation completelythe attempt to overcome all the contradictions and hypocrisies of social lifewould produce its very opposite You have to lower your sights if you want to keep humanity safe Hobsbawm never bought this presumption; the thought that radical emancipation and radical evil were shadows chasing each other never bothered him He remained a romantic to the last But what gives his histories such unrivalled power is that he was a Marxist in the sense few Marxists are For most MarxistsMarxism becomes a form of reductionisma search for a keyusually in political economythat will unlock everything If anythinghe was quite sceptical of reductionismincluding in his wry abandonment of class analysis For himMarxism was almost the opposite: an attempt to synthesise different facets of human existence into a single totality His masterly weaving of the flows of capital with shifts in cultureof political contingency with the irresistible momentum of deeper forcesmade his histories unmatched in their reach and scope The relationship between his lifepolitical beliefs and his historical craft will continue to be a matter of great debate He embodied the imprint of history He was born in a Jewish familylost his parents at an early age and was multiply displaced by the pressures of early 20th century history Like so many emigre intellectualshe enriched British intellectual life in that most British way: becoming its central pillar and yet retaining the perspective of an outsider His political allegiancesas recounted in his reminiscencesremained steadfastly communist; the tragedy of the 20th century was that communism did not succeed He hung out withand glossed overa range of unsavoury leftist revolutionariesbecause even hope needs an embodiment Part of his wide appealI suspectwas his own gentility He himself was seldom a threat; if anythinghis incapacity to be unfazed by what was happening within the communist movement in the face of events like the Prague Spring almost made him politically safe Hobsbawm is often poignant and powerful when writing about his own life The early pages of his autobiography measure up to a form of literary greatness He could turn memorable phrases on every page He poignantly described the slow dissolution of German democracy as?