Tun Razak in Malaysia and Lee Kuan Yew in Singapore emerge as the author's heroes in this book because of both of their efficiency in seeing off 'minority political movements' that threatened to challenge the status quo. While Razak relied on an efficient administration and effective intelligence service, Lee combined both these with a grass roots organisation that served him well. 412 pages with a bibliography, index and many maps and diagrams.
Weight 0.9kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Graham Brash, Singapore, 1985. ISBN: 9789971947668