American Views on South Korea’s Economic Development in Los Angeles Times and New York Times, 1970-1974

@article{Younggwan2011AmericanVO,
  title={American Views on South Korea’s Economic Development in Los Angeles Times and New York Times, 1970-1974},
  author={Lee Young-gwan},
  journal={Asian Social Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={85}
}
  • Lee Young-gwan
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • Asian Social Science
  • The first half of 1970s was one of the crucial periods to understand the South Korea’s economic success. South Korea achieved great economic success as President Park Chung-hee concentrated his effort to maintain economic development to consolidate his dictatorial power as well as to overcome North Korean threats. Los Angeles Times and New York Times dealt with the issues on the South Korea’s economy with considerable amount of reports. To do so, they helped to provide general views of… CONTINUE READING
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