Asian-American Education: Historical Background and Current Realities

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NOTES
1
David P. Chandler, The Land and People of Cambodia ( Harper Collins, 1991), p. 61. See also May Ebihara, "Societal Organization in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Cambodia", Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 15 ( 1984), p. 286.
2
Milton E. Osborne The French Presence in Cochinchina and Cambodia. Rule and Response ( 1853- 1905) ( Cornell University Press, 1969), p. 203.
3
See Milton E. Osborne, Politics and Power in Cambodia. The Sihanouk Years ( Longman, 1973), p. 25: "By the early 1920s . . . the French . . . did not hesitate to use the expression 'colony' when referring to Cambodia."
4
Osborne, The French Presence, p. 256. Serge Thion suggested there were no more than 500 children in attendance. See Thion, "The Cambodian Idea of Revolution," p. 14 in David P. Chandler and Ben Kiernan, eds., Revolution and Its Aftermath in Kampuchea: Eight Essays ( Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1983).
5
Charles Bilodeau and others, Compulsory Education in Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam ( UNESCO, 1955), p. 21.
6
David J. Steinberg and Chester A. Bain, Cambodia: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture ( HRAF Press, 1959), p. 253.
7
Ibid., p. 252.
8
Chandler, The Land and People of Cambodia, p. 108.
9
Michael Vickery, Cambodia: 1975-1982 ( South End Press, 1984), p. 18.
10
Osborne, Politics and Power in Cambodia, p. 28.
11
Vickery, Cambodia: 1975- 1982, p. 18.
12
Bilodeau, Compulsory Education, pp. 56-57.
13
Osborne, Politics and Power in Cambodia, p. 72.
14
Bilodeau, Compulsory Education, p. 30.
15
Ibid., p. 32.
16
Vickery, Cambodia: 1975-1982, p. 19.
17
Osborne, Politics and Power in Cambodia, pp. 104-105.
18
Ibid., p. 84.
19
Elizabeth Becker, When the War Was Over. The Voices of Cambodia's Revolution and Its People ( Simon Schuster, 1986), p. 24.
20
Ibid., p. 24.
21
Yang Sam, Khmer Buddhism and Politics from 1954 to 1984 ( Khmer Studies Institute, 1987), p. 19.
22
Ibid., p. 27.
23
Ibid., p. 26.
24
Milada Kalab, "Study of a Cambodian Village," Geographical Journal, 134 ( 1968), p. 534.
25
Sam, Khmer Buddhism, p. 27.
26
Kalab, "Study of a Cambodian Village," p. 535.
27
Sam, Khmer Buddhism, p. 31.
28
Ibid., p. 58.
29
Ibid., p. 59.
30
Ben Kiernan, "The American Bombardment of Kampuchea, 1969-1973," Vietnam Generation, 1 ( 1989), p. 4. Gavan McCormack, in "The Kampuchean Revolution 1975-1978. The Problem of Knowing the Truth," Journal of Contemporary Asia, 10 ( 1980), p. 77, wrote that "the tonnage [of U.S. bombs] dropped in six months of 1973 exceeded by half the entire tonnage dropped on Japan in the Second World War." See also Craig Etcheson, The Rise and Demise of Democratic Kampuchea ( Westview Press, 1984), p. 99.

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