September 1975
National Review;9/12/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 35, p980
The article comments on the change in government in Bangladesh that was brought about by a palace coup d'etat by soldiers of the regular army. The author expresses his views on the factors that caused the coup against Sheik Mujibur Rahman to take pace and the event's detrimental impact on the already unstable economy of the country.


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