Thailand, the politics of despotic paternalism /
A narration of the volatile period following the second world war in which coups and counter coups become the common occurrence of political manoeuvring. Includes the Sarit regime, and explains the nature of Thai despotic paternalism and the concept of democracy seen within this context.
Ithaca, N.Y. :
Southeast Asia Program Publications, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University,
|Series:||Studies on Southeast Asia ;
no. 42. |
|Online Access:||Online version|
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