Hard Choices: Challenging the Singapore Consensus
Donald Low & Sudhir Vadaketh
Singapore has developed into a successful city state in Southeast Asia thanks to a generally accepted public consensus that freedom of expression needs to be limited and a meritocracy with little wealth distribution needs to flourish to protect a vulnerable and fragile evolving entity. The authors argue that this consensus is fraying at the edges and needs to be reassessed. They also make suggestions of how to rethink the country's policies and institutions if the country is to succeed in the future. New Paperback. Reprint. Originally published in 2014. 233 pages. with an index.
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