Luang Wichit Wathakan : official nationalism and political legitimacy prior to World War II
One of the things that even the casual observer in contemporary Thailand is apt to notice are the endless nationalist appeals by the state calling for unity and co-operation among the Thai public in order for the nation to progress. These official exhortations, which stress loyalty, duty and sacrifice, reflect a phenomenon that first became manifest on a mass level in the turbulent years immediately following the overthrow of the absolute monarchy in 1932. The present work examines the...[Show more]
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