Journal of Asian Studies

“In this constructively controversial work of political critique, which should be of widely interdisciplinary interest, Michael Connors offers a trenchantly Gramscian reading of “democracy” in Thailan

“In this constructively controversial work of political critique, which should be of widely interdisciplinary interest, Michael Connors offers a trenchantly Gramscian reading of “democracy” in Thailand. His dissection of popular legitimacy rests on an erudite and well-argued account of how the confluence of monarchist and liberal ideologies emerged from the detritus of Cold War dictatorship and bureaucratic intransigence…. his intelligent and forceful provocation should engage substantive debate and provoke new avenues of research — as well, perhaps, as internal political critique — for many years to come.”

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