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Disassembling GRC System Benefits PAP (References)

~ By Shiwen Yap ~

The following is the list of references used in the preparation of the three-part article series entitled Disassembling GRC System Benefits PAP.

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The Satay Club (2011). Wikileaks: PAP Candidates 'Second and Third Tier'.Retrieved from http://thesatayclub.net/2011/09/wikileaks-pap-candidates-second-and-third-tier/
 
Tremewan, C. (1994). The Political Economy of Social Control in Singapore. Macmillan & St. Antony's College, Oxford University. ISBN 978-0-312-12138-9.
 
The author also recommends the following for further reading:
 
The Economist.(2012). How to Steal an Election. The Economist Blog. Retrieved from http://www.economist.com/node/21548933
 
The Economist.(2012). Weighing the votes: A Brief Guide to Electoral Fraud for the Busy Despot. The Economist Blog. Retrieved from http://www.economist.com/node/21548946
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