The Communist Organization in Singapore, 1948-66

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Lee Ting Hui
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Mar 1, 1976 - Political Science - 151 pages

Examines in detail such aspects as the method of utilizing personal ties and cultivating friendships, the mechanics of absorption into the movement, deployment of manpower resources and the training process within the movement. With a list of front and satellite organizations in the communist movement in Singapore from 1948-1966 and a bibliography inclusive of unpublished documents and studies and statements of detainees and ex-detainees.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Exploiting Personal Ties
12
The Mechanism of Absorption into
37
Deoloyment of Manpower Resources
61
The Training Process of the Movement
80
Conclusion
114
Appendixes
120
Documents and other materials
140
Governmental studies
146

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About the author (1976)

Lee Ting Hui, a graduate in History from the University of Malaya in Singapore, was formerly the Deputy Director of the Political Study Center, Singapore, and a University of Singapore lecturer. He is currently a Senior Research Associate with the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

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