Singapore correspondent: political dispatches from Singapore

Singapore Correspondent is a collection of eye-witness dispatches, sent from Singapore to London, of five years of Singapore’s colourful political past. They cover a period of living turbulently and sometimes dangerously too. This was a time in the mid 1950s and early 1960s when Singapore was emerging from British colonial rule and moving forward to self-government and independence. Many of the early struggles of the People’s Action Party (PAP) are described, as the focus is on the political struggle taking place in which the PAP played a major part.

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