Religion and Politics in Burma

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Princeton University Press, 1965 - Buddha (The concept) - 350 pages

The interaction of Buddhism and politics in the Theravada Buddhist countries since their independence is considered. Burmese attempts to relate Buddhism to the ideologies of nationalism, democracy, and socialism are analyzed.

Originally published in 1965.

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