Interview: Kim Dae Jung: Democracy and Dissidence in South Korea

January 1985
Journal of International Affairs;Winter85, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p181
Academic Journal
Interviews politician Kim Dae Jung on democracy in South Korea. Reasons of Kim for returning to South Korea; Role in political activities; Views of Kim on the effects of his return.


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