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|Title:||Singapore in 1981: planned changes, unplanned consequences.||Authors:||Chan Heng Chee||Issue Date:||1982||Citation:||Chan Heng Chee (1982). Singapore in 1981: planned changes, unplanned consequences.. Asian Survey 22 (2) : 219-225. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The year saw significant developments both domestically and internationally. The opposition got a toehold in Parliament, the first since independence. This could transform the party system. Ironically, it is the success of the People's Action Party's policies that has created the conditions demanding a liberalization of the Republic's politics.-Author||Source Title:||Asian Survey||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134183||ISSN:||00044687|
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