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The Path of Violence to Absolute Power - Malaysian Government
The Path of Violence to Absolute Power - Malaysian Government
Manufacturer Number: ML4956
Stock Status: In Stock
Class, Race and Colonialism in West Malaysia:... The Indian Case... -... Michael Stenson... The author originally thought that his best approach to understanding Malaysian society would be to start by studying its component racial parts. He soon discovered that the idea of homogenous Indian, Chinese or Malay groups was a misnomer...
The Path of Violence to Absolute Power 
Malaysian Government

Following the end of what came to be called The Malayan 'Emergency' in 1960, Communist activity still persisted. Between 1968 and the Hatyai peace agreement of 1989, guerilla activity launched from bases in Southern Thailand and further activity by the North Kalimantan Communist Party in Sarawak disrupted life in the country. This is a statement by the Government outlining the various insurgent activities prevalent at the time and their threat to the country. Very Good Paperback. First Edition. 32 pages. 

Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia

Condition: The cover is slightly tanned by age in some places. The binding is tight, text clear and there is very mild tanning throughout.