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Early history and the background
Politics and power in Malaysia
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0ccupational activity Alliance Batu Hitam British cadres Cantonese chairman Chapter chia group Chin Ta Hing China Chinese community Chinese local systems citizenship clique committee Communist compliance structure constitution council councillors Cross-tabulation district office dominant economic effective elections Emergency encapsulating system federal Federation of Malaya formal goals Hakka Hokkien household ideological immigrants income influence informants interest involvement Ipoh Japanese Kuala Lumpur labor land leaders leadership Lee's Liew Kam Ming local-level politics Malay Malaya Malayan Chinese Association Malayan Union Malaysia meeting membership non-Malays Nonetheless normative power organization overseas Chinese Papar party Penang Perak percent PMIP population position Purcell relationship relocation resettlement role rubber Sanchun secret societies shophouses shopkeepers shops Siew Hing Singapore social speech group task force Teochius terrorists Tien Yu Total town Tunku Abdul Rahman UMN0 UMNO village workers