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Burma's Modern Tragedy

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A book by Daniel A. Metraux

"Reflecting much of the moral appeal and political authority of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi herself, the contributors to Burma's Modern Tragedy clearly have a mission not only to inform and educate Americans about the systemic pattern of economic deterioration, … see full wiki

Author: Daniel A. Metraux
Genre: History
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
Date Published: October 31, 2004
1 review about Burma's Modern Tragedy

Excellent Study of Burma

  • Jan 28, 2005
Rating:
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This book is a great compilation of modern pieces from authors across the Burma field, from academics to activists. Khin Oo's piece on corruption and economics in particular stands out as well researched and insightful. Anyone who listened to President Bush's call for freedom around the world would do well to read this book to learn more about the suffering in Burma and how the United States can help.

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