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The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia (1959)
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    Reviews (Review)
    The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia, by T.H. Silcock
    1. The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia by T.H. Silcock
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1959, p. 628
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    Foreign and Comparative Government (2 Reviews)
    Socialism in Southern Asia, by Saul Rose
    1. Socialism in Southern Asia by Saul Rose
    2. The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia by T.H. Silcock
    American Political Science Review, March 1960, p. 266
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    A View of the Underdeveloped (3 Reviews)
    Pilot Project, India, by Albert Mayer, Mckim Marriott, and Richard L. Park, ...
    1. Pilot Project, India by Albert Mayer, Mckim Marriott, and Richard L. Park, ...
    2. Population and Progress in the Far East by Warren S. Thompson
    3. The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia by T.H. Silcock
    The Saturday Review, June 20, 1959, p. 25
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    South and Southeast Asia
    1. Leadership and Political Institutions in India by Richard L. Park and Irene Tinker
    2. Nehru and Democracy by Donald Eugene Smith
    3. The Organisation of the Government of India
    4. Indian Economy Since Independence by Hiranyappa Venkatasubbiah
    5. Regionalism Versus Provincialism by Joan V. Bondurant
    6. Indo-Pakistan Relations, 1947-1955 by Jyoti Bhusan Das Gupta
    7. Defence and Security in the Indian Ocean Area
    8. The Commonwealth Economy in South-East Asia by T.H. Silcock
    9. The Governance of Modern Burma by J.S. Furnivall
    10. Rice Roots by Arthur Goodfriend
    11. The Little World of Laos by Oden Meeker
    Foreign Affairs, July 1959, pp. 696-697