Communalism and the Political Process in Malaya
The period of study concerns the post war period until around about 1960 since, as Ratnam points out in his preface, the onset of the war marked the first real political awakening in the country, especially for non-Malays, who were no longer as transient as they were before the war. This resulted, obviously, in a counter response from the Malay population. Although the study does not claim to draw upon much political theory from elsewhere, but rather concentrates on the Malayan case, Ratnam draws some conclusions which may, at least, prompt questions useful for similar studies elsewhere. 248 pages. Chapters include
Weight 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by University of Malaya Press, Kuala Lumpur, 1965. 1967 Reprint
Condition: Good. Paperback. This is an ex-library book with a small sticker on the spine, a couple of stamps and labels on the front end papers and a label on the inside front cover. The cover has a fair amount of rubbing and a small crease on one corner. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is very mild tanning throughout.