Trade Unionism in Malaya
Josey, a veteran British journalist based in Singapore both before and after independence, sets out to demonstrate the delicate path that unions had to tread so as not be associated with the Communist insurgency that dominated the early post independence years. While the Government professed support for better workers' condition, they were seldom hesitant in spotting supposedly disruptive elements in unions that were predominately Chinese. Good Paperback First Edition 52 pages .
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by Donald Moore, Singapore, 1954.
Condition: The cover has darkened with age and has a crease across one of the front corners. A previous owner's name is written neatly on a corner of the title page. There is occasional light spotting on some pages with more severe spotting on two of them. Otherwise the binding is tight and there is mild tanning throughout.