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James Alexander Malcolm Caldwell (27 September 1931 – 23 December 1978) was a British academic and a prolific Marxist writer. He was a consistent critic of American foreign policy, a campaigner for Asian communist and socialist movements, and a supporter of the Khmer Rouge. Caldwell was murdered, under mysterious circumstances, a few hours after meeting Pol Pot in Cambodia."Lost in Cambodia", The Guardian, 10 January 2010

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by Caldwell, Malcolm
London, Oxford U.P., 1968
 
 
by Caldwell, Malcolm, 1931-1978
Sydney : AICD Education Research and Publications Committee, 1971
 
 
by Caldwell, Malcolm, 1931-1978
Townsville, Q. : Committee of South-East Asian Studies, James Cook University of North Queensland, 1979
 
 
 
 
Nottingham : Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation for Spokesman Books, 1977
 
 
 
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