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TRADITIONAL BURMESE POLITICAL VALUES
THE BRITISH EXECUTIVE AND THE CHANGE
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accepted according action administration AFPFL army Assembly attitude authoritarian authority believed British Burmese cabinet called central Chamber of Deputies chief civilian common Communist Constitution Council court democracy economic elections entire ethnic example executive fact February follows forces foreign formed freedom given Government Printing groups hands head Hence History House Ibid independence institutions insurgents interests July June Karen king known land later leaders liberal live London major March Maung meaning ment military mind minister monarchy Ne Win never official opposition organization Parliament parliamentary party pattern peace people's period person political position present Press Rangoon rebels regime religious representative role royal rule September Shan situation social Socialist society speech subjects Thakin tion traditional Union of Burma University values York