Korea 1988: a nation at the crossroads
Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 1988 - Political Science - 100 pages
1988 was a crucial year for the Republic of Korea. On the one hand, the nation witnessed the first peaceful transfer of power in its history in February, when Chun Doo Hwan turned over the presidency to his successor.
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The Challenge of Democratization
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