A Moment Of Anguish book. A Moment of Anguish captures the dramatic events leading to the historic separation of Singapore from Malaysia.
A Moment Of Anguish book. This work goes beyond other studies to unravel the hidden story behind this traumatic and controversial episode in Singapore's recent history. Unpublished sources have been combined to highlight the key events of the period: the "snap" election in Singapore in A Moment of Anguish captures the dramatic events leading to the historic separation of Singapore from Malaysia.
This book captures the dramatic events leading up to Singapore's separation from Malaysia. Albert Lau is Senior Lecturer at the Department of History at the National University of Singapore. 0%. 4 star4 star (0%). 3 star3 star (0%).
42 Albert Lau, A Moment of Anguish: Singapore in Malaysia and the Politics of Disengagement, Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1998, p. 281. 43 Lee Kuan Yew, The Battle for a Malaysian Malaysia, Singapore: Ministry of Culture, 1965. 44 Mohamed Noordin Sopiee, From Malayan Union to Singapore’s Separation, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 1974, pp. 212–29. 10 For another view, see Ho Khai Leong, The Politics of Policy-Making in Singapore, Singapore: Oxford University Press, 2000, p. 207. 11 Chan Heng Chee, The Dynamics of One Party Dominance, Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1976, p. 224.
A Moment of Anguish: Singapore in Malaysia and the Politics of Disengagement. By Albert Lau. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1998. Queensland University of Technology. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 March 2010. Send article to Kindle. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. Eastern Universities Press. ISBN 978-981-210-265-2. Singapore in Malaysia and the Politics of Disengagement.
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