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The Voice of Young Burma

Aye Kyaw
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This work explores the history of the university in Burma, both as an institution of knowledge and power founded by the colonizing British, and as a medium of change later used by Burmese students in their struggles for independence. As Aye Kyaw faithfully recounts in vivid detail, student protests, strikes, and boycotts began as nationalist movements emphasizing the teaching and learning of Burmese culture, history, literature, and language and evolved into radical explorations of ideas of democracy, justice and freedom. 1993. 98 pages.

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