Lee Kuan Yew is Singapore's most influential son as well as its nation's leader but he is not without his critics. He has not flinched from taking them on, even now after almost 60 years in the political fray. Why is he so hard on his political opponents? Will Singapore become a democracy? Could the People's Action Party ever lose its grip on power? Are younger leaders up to the mark? Will growing religiosity change Singapore for the better or worse? How will rising giants China and India affect its fortunes? In this book, he fields these questions and more as he covers the terrain of the past and contemplates the expanse of Singapore's future that he and his founding generation built on the hopes of the people.
23.2 x 16.7 x 2.8 cm