The South Korean Trap

Stentzel, James
April 1976
Nation;4/10/1976, Vol. 222 Issue 14, p423
Describes a balance of terror evolving in Korea in 1976. Events which triggered the wave of arrests which hit South Korea's democratic opposition; Impact of a declaration for liberal democracy on the balance of terror.


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