Troubled Tiger: Businessmen, Bureaucrats, and Generals in South Korea
In this new edition of Clifford's widely acclaimed book, the author expands his analysis of modern Korea to include the dramatic events of the last three years. These include the imprisonment and sentencing of two former presidents of South Korea for their role in the Kwangju uprising and on various charges of corruption, the death of Kim Il Sung in the North and the resultant exacerbation of the instability of the North-South standoff, with all its military/nuclear implications, and recent labor and student protests.
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Drawing on his journalistic experiences in the region, Clifford addresses the business climate of South Korea. This well-written book presents Korea's commercial history since 1961, building on ... Read full review
really bitter rant by a white man. reeks of sour grapes.
BONE RANKS BUDDHAS AND SLAVES
TO BUILD A NATION
THE BIG PUSH
THE BIG BOOM
SHIFTING INTO OVERDRIVE
PURGES AND MEDALS
COPING WITH SUCCESS
JOINING THE BIG LEAGUES