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LIST OF TABLES AND MAPS Tables i-i Estimated Population of Malaya (June 30, 1941) 22 5-1 Results of Municipal Elections, 1952-1953 109 6-1 Communal Composition of the Electorate in the Federation of Malaya, 1955, 1959 146 6-2 Intercorrelation Matrix between the Share of Com­ munal Groups and the Share of Votes Cast for Political Parties in Parliamentary and State Con­ stituencies, 1959 150 6-3 Results of the Elections in West Malaysia, 1964 160 6-4 Intercorrelation Matrix between the Share of Com­ munal Groups and the Share of Votes Cast for Political Parties in ParUamentary and State Con­ stituencies, 1964 161 9-1 Minor Rural Development Schemes, 1961-1967 233 9-2 Public Development Expenditures, 1961-1968 235 9—3 Comparative Unemployment of Selected Age Groups, 1962, 1967 236 9-4 Savings, Investment, and Resource Balance, 1965-1969 237 9-5 Communal Composition of the Ownership of Rub­ ber and Mining Land in West Malaysia, 1969 240 9-6 Communal Composition of Land Ownership in Kuala Lumpur, 1968 242 9-7 Communal Composition of Share Capital Owner­ ship in Limited Companies in West Malaysia, 1969 243 9-8 Communal Composition of Road Transport Owner­ ship, June 1969 244 9-9 Loans Granted by Agricultural Cooperatives and Amounts Overdue by Members, 1959-1964 245 9-10 Communal Composition of Defaulters in Public Housing Schemes in Selangor, 1969 246 10-1 Occupational Background of the Central Working , Committee Members of the Malaysian Chinese Association, 1968-1969 258 10-2 Communal Composition of DAP Membership in the States of West Malaysia 260 10-3 Comparison of Age and Occupational Background of MCA and DAP Parliamentary Candidates 261 X LIST OF TABLES AND MAPS 12—ι Results of Parliamentary Elections in West Ma­ laysia since Independence 297 12-2 Results of State Elections in West Malaysia since Independence 298 12-3 Intercorrelation Matrix between the Share of Com­ munal Groups and the Share of Votes Cast for Political Parties in Parliamentary and State Con­ stituencies, 1969 299 12-4 Average Rate of Registered Voters Casting Ballots Classified according to Communal Composition of Parliamentary Constituencies, 1964, 1969 300 12-5 Comparison of MCA Performance at the Polls, 1959, 1964, and 1969 301 12-6 Comparison of Popular Vote for MCA Parliamen­ tary Candidates in Chinese Dominated (60%70 %) Constituencies, 1959, 1964, and 1969 301 12-7 Chinese Dominated (60% -70%) Parliamentary Constituencies Lost by MCA, 1969 302 12-8 Performance of UMNO in Direct Confrontation with PMIP for Seats in Parliament, 1969 303 12-9 Share of PMIP in Opposition Seats in Parliament and State Assemblies, 1964, 1969 304 12-10 Share of PMIP in Ballots Cast for the Opposition in Parliamentary Elections, 1959, 1964, 1969 304 12-11 Communal Composition of Party Support in Par­ liamentary Elections, 1969 305 12-12 Performance of the MCA in Parliamentary Contests Involving both the DAP and the PMIP, 1969 306 14-1 Casualties of Communal Violence, May 13, 1969July 31, 1969 364 15-1 Symbols of Nationalism among University of Ma­ laya Students, 1969 382 16-1 Applications for Industrial Projects, 1968-1970 399 16-2 Financing of Development Expenditure, 1966—1975 408 16-3 Comparative Public Sector Allocations for Premier Programs of the New Economic Policy, 1966— 1975 413 16-4 Results of Sarawak Elections, 1970 415 Maps Communal Groups in West Malaysia 142 Communal Composition of Parliamentary Constituences in West Malaysia, 1955—1969 248 ...


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