Building a welfare state in Burma, 1948-1956.

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Of Modern Burma should be of inestimable assistance. They, and other students of contemporary Burma, are fortunate, too, that two other works, Frank N.

Trager's Building a Welfare State in Burma, and U Ba U's My Burma: The Auto-biography of a President, have appeared at this same time to give further insight into the character of the. i The following is a list of books and papers dealing with the history, geography, population, economy, and religions of Burma: J.S.

Furnivall, The Government of Modern Burma, Institute Frank N. Tr?ger, Building a Welfare State in BurmaInstitute of Pacific The Class Structure of Burma: Continuity and Change 61 II We. 1 The following is a list of books and papers dealing with the history, geography, population, economy, and religions of Burma: Furnivall, J.

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On Novemthe Secretary of State redesignated Burma as a CPC and identified the following sanction that accompanied the designation: the existing ongoing arms embargo referenced in 22 CFR (a) pursuant to section (c)(5) of the Act.

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