Dr Maung Maung: Gentleman, Scholar, Patriot, 1st Edition

  • M. B. Hooker
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  • ISBN-10: 9812306005
  • ISBN-13: 9789812306005
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 591 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released May 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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Overview

Explores the life of Dr. Maung Maung (1925-94), scholar, soldier, nationalist, internationalist, parliamentarian, public servant, and pioneer amongst post-colonial journalists in Southeast Asia. His life spanned seven decades of political, economic and social turbulence in the country he loved and served, Myanmar.

Table of Contents

Cover Page.
Half Title.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgements.
1: Dr Maung Maung: The Life of a Patriot.
2: Dr Maung Maung's Approach to Life.
3: The Burma I Love.
4: My Politics.
5: Looking Ahead.
6: I Discovered Greatness.
7: The Turning Tide.
8: The Middle Way.
9: Books on Burma.
10: Dr Maung Maung and Biography.
11: Mr Speaker Sir!.
12: Brigadier Kyaw Zaw: Battles and Books.
13: Bo Khin Maung Gale: “Democracy and the Rule of Law”.
14: Thakin Chit Maung.
15: General Ne Win.
16: Mr Justice Chan Htoon.
17: Daw Pyu La Mac Phsu.
18: U Kyaw Nyein.
19: U Hla Maung.
20: U Thein Maung, Chief Justice of the Union.
21: U Tun Win.
22: Htain Lin, a Young Pvo Insurgent.
23: Vum Ko Hau of Siyin.
24: U Ba Swe.
25: U Thant.
26: Thakin Than Tun.
27: M.A. Raschid.
28: Dr E Maung.
29: U Myint Thein, Chief Justice of the Union.
30: Saya Za Khup of Siyin.
31: U Nyo Mya, or “Maung Thumana”.
32: A Boundless Faith in Burma.
33: Daw Khin Kyi (Madame Aung San).
34: A Book for Colonel Ba Than.
35: The Secretary-General's Role in the U.N..
36: Aung San: Hero of Burma's Victory.
37: Dr Maung Maung and Travel.
38: Elections: Burma and Britain.
39: Mandalay.
40: Vietnam (South).
41: Malaya.
42: In the Fabled Land of Apollo and Socrates.
43: Impressions of the United Nations.
44: Antioch College, a Living Dream.
45: Dr Maung Maung and the Tatmadaw.
46: The Forgotten Army.
47: The Burmese Guerillas.
48: The Resistance Movement.
49: The Mighty Drama.
50: Soldiers of Victory.
51: Destination Monghsat.
52: Burma Army.
53: Women Officers of the Burma Army.
54: Women on the Wing.
55: 106.
56: Dr Maung Maung and the Constitutions of Myanmar.
57: “Pyidawtha”.
58: State Socialism in Burma.
59: The Burmese Parliament.
60: Burma's Constitution Comes to Life.
61: Our Living Constitution [I].
62: Our Living Constitution [II].
63: 116 of the Constitution.
64: Burma-China Boundary Settlement.
65: Lawyers and Legal Education in Burma.
66: The Search for Constitutionalism in Burma.
67: Dr Maung Maung and the Presidency.
68: Address to the Central Committee of the Bspp, 19 August 1988.
69: Address to the Nation, 24 August 1988.
70: Address to the Nation, 1 September 1988.
71: Address to the Extraordinary Congress of the Bspp, 10 September 1988.
72: Address to the Pyithu Hluttaw, 11 September 1988.
Bibliography of Dr Maung Maung's Writings.
Index.
The Editor.