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Malaysia and Singapore: the merger years from racial riots to Singapore independence

The roar of People’s Action Party the Birth of Malaysian Solidarity Convention During the troubled two years (1963-65), which saw the partecipation of the former British colony of Singapore to the ambitious political project of Malaysian Federation, better known among historians and political leaders as Merger’s Years1, the long desired cooperation between the main political faction of the two countries gradually crumbled, leaving behind a fertile ground on which a murky atmosphere…

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