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Sayam su satawat thi 21 / Chai`anan Samutwanit
Bib ID 2002680
Format BookBook
Author
Chai`anan Samutwanit
 
Description [Bangkok] : Chai`anan Samutwanit, [1993] 
86 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Thai collection political sciences

Summary

Articles and lectures on Thai government and society.

Full contents
  • Sayam su satawat thi 21
  • Sangkhom Sayam nai rat Thai
  • Muang Thai nai sip pi na
  • Watthanatham kap kansang sangkhom kanmuang prachathipatai.
 
Notes

In Thai.

Cover title.

Subjects Thailand - Politics and government.  |  Thailand - Social conditions.
Also Titled

Sayam su satawat thi yisip `et.

Sangkhom Sayam nai rat Thai.

Muang Thai nai sip pi na.

Watthanatham kap kansang sangkhom kanmuang prachathipatai.

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