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TitleThe Transformation of South Korea: Reform and Reconstitution in the Sixth Republic Under Roh Tae Woo, 1987-1992
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Table of Contents
                            Book Cover
Title
Contents
Preface
List of abbreviations
State reform in South Korea
The institutions of government
Political parties and South Korean politics
The economic context of reform
The social context of Korean politics
State reform in a comparative context
South Korea's international environment and foreign policy
Conclusions
Appendix: Roh Tae Woo's declaration of 29 June 1987
Notes
Selective bibliography
Index
                        
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Japan 153–154; industrialization 33,
101–101, 149–150; investment 80

Second Republic 19, 21–22; collapse
63; establishment 62–63

secular personalism 94–95
Shamanism 103
Shilla dynasty 8
Shin Hyun Hwack 45
Sixth Republic 26–27; cabinet system

41–47; constitutional reform 39–51;
contacts with communist world 5;
democratic development 4–5; democ-
ratization image 80; local autonomy
26–27, 47–51; political reforms 31;
presidency 39–40

social change 98–102
social conflict: and democracy

111–117; economic dimensions
90–92

social issues 94–98; consensus 78–79;
and education 107–109

socio-political engineering 3, 120–125;
Fifth Republic 122; North Korea
136–137; USSR 137–139

Soviet Union see USSR
state-building 19–20, 29–31; China

132–136; North Korea 19; South
Korea 31–34, 120–125, 165–167

State Council 45
strikes 83, 114
student demonstrations 25, 50, 67,

73–74, 108–109, 113–113
Sun Yat-sen 128, 130

Taegu clique 73
Taiwan: abandonment by South Korea

163; authoritarian liberalization 75;
collapse of Cold War 7; Democratic
Progressive Party 128; Guomindang
128–132; ideology 141; opposition
parties 17, 131; political reform 5,
128–132; state reform 120

tax system 82
Team Spirit 154–157
Third Republic 22–25; higher educa-

tion 20; industrialization 3; policy of
economic development/institution-
building 19– 20; political parties 63

tobacco imports 90
Tongyang group 87

totalitarian regimes 123– 124
Tucker, R. 1
Twenty-First Century Committee 39–40
two-party system 62–63

Unification Church 63
unions see labour unions
United National Party 51–52, 53, 54;

union with New Korea Party 54
United States of America: aid 29–30;

detente with Soviet Union 146–147;
diplomatic recognition of People’s
Republic of China 132; military
administration of South Korea
56–56; patronage 1–2, 3, 13; training
of military 22, 34; troop withdrawals
24, 157

universities see education
USSR: collapse of communism 17–18,

80; detente with United States
146–147; and development of North
Korea 7–8, 12; diplomatic relations
with South Korea 33, 147–151; eth-
nic opposition 128; ideology 143;
and Korean reunification 148–149;
opposition parties 17–18; political
reforms 120; removal of power from
Communist Party 17–18; socio-
political engineering 137–139

violence 113–113

wage disputes 82–84
Walzer, M. 103
wealth, redistribution 99–101
welfare issues 41, 117
Wilson, Woodrow 11–12
women 94; and Christianity 96; and

social change 98–98
Women’ s Union for Family Law Revi-

sion 98
Wu Yu-shan 131

Yang Sung Chul 8
Yeltsin, Boris 17, 128, 139
Yi (Choson) dynasty 9, 34
Yi Han-bin 49
Yi Ki-taek 44
Yon Hyong Muk 156

INDEX 201

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