Cambodia: A Shattered Society

@inproceedings{Chandler1994CambodiaAS,
  title={Cambodia: A Shattered Society},
  author={D. Chandler and M. Martin and Mark W. Mcleod},
  year={1994}
}
The history of modern Cambodia has been one of invasion, occupation, political chaos, and genocidal terror. Marie Martin traces the evolution of post-World War II Cambodian politics and society, examining the disintegration of a once-peaceful nation. Interviews with peasants, refugees, politicians, and intellectuals, as well as exhaustive archival research, make this both a stirring ethnographic portrait and an exacting political analysis. Twenty-five years of research and travel in Cambodia… Expand
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