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LThe Problem of National Unity
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1959 elections accepted Alliance attitude become citizens born British candidates cent Chinese and Indians Chinese community citizenship claims Colonial Communist considerations Constitutional Commission Consultative Committee continue country's cultural Dato demands different communities economic effort established example fact Federation of Malaya given Government groups High Commissioner Ibid immigration independence inter-communal interests issue jus soli Kuala Lumpur Kuomintang Labour leaders Legislative Council loyalty majority Malacca Malay community Malay language Malay nationalism Malaya Agreement Malayan Chinese Association Malayan nation Malayan political Malayan Union Malays and non-Malays Melayu ment Merdeka Day munal Muslim national language non-communal non-Malay communities official organization Pan-Malayan Islamic Party Party Negara party's Penang Perak person plural society population possible privileges proposals recommendations regard religion religious Report represent resident Rulers schools seats Selangor Settlements Singapore Singapore Standard special position Sultans Summary of Vernacular Tengku Abdul Rahman tion Total electorate Turn-out unity votes