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THE PRIMATE CITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA : CONCEPTUAL DEFINITIONS AND COLONIAL ORIGINS

@inproceedings{Glacken2013THEPC,
  title={THE PRIMATE CITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA : CONCEPTUAL DEFINITIONS AND COLONIAL ORIGINS},
  author={Clarence J. Glacken and Risa I. Palm and James J. Parsons},
  year={2013}
}
" An earlier version of this paper was presented at a panel seminar on "Future Urban Development in Southeast Asia" held at the Alumni House, University of California, Berkeley, California, on August 7-9, 1972. The .Southeast Asia Development Advisory Group (SEADAG) of The Asia Society, New York, sponsored this meeting. I also wish to acknowledge with thanks the helpful comments and suggestions of Professor Paul Wheatley, Department of Geography, University of Chicago, and Professors Clarence J… Expand
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