Nationalist movements in Burma, 1920-1940 : changing patterns of leadership, from Sangha to Laity
PART ONE THE EARLY PERIOD Chapter 1 The Original Political Movements This chapter traces the origin of politics under Colonial rule, its relation to the Buddhist revivalism of the beginning of the 1900s; and the foundation of political organisation through the YMBA (the Young Men Buddhist Association), within the framework of the British socio-political setting. The Burmese political movement began after an impetus had been gained with cautious Buddhist modernist civic activities that...[Show more]
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