An assessment of the state of Sabah, formerly North Borneo, some 25 years after independence and joining the Malaysian federation. The book is edited by two political heavyweights, the Chief Minister and a Minister in the federal government. The opening chapter, reflecting on Sabah's accession to the federation is by Herman Luping, a former attorney general of the state. Other chapters include assessments of the state's politics, economic growth, welfare and medical services, housing, education, culture and demography. Very Good Hardback in a New Dust Jacket.
Weight: 1.5 kg Post free within Malaysia, but may incur additional charges when posted elsewhere.
Condition: Although fresh from the publisher's stock, the last page is detached and stained. Otherwise the book looks new.