|Statement||by Kim Byong-guk.|
|Contributions||Kim, Dae Jung, d1925-|
|LC Classifications||DS922.42.K556 K567 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||98452723|
This book is an English translation of the authoritative autobiography by the late South Korean President Kim Dae-jung. The Nobel Peace Prize winner, often called the Asian Nelson Mandela, is best known for his tolerant and innovative “Sunshine Policy” towards North Korea.5/5(1). Kim Dae Jung (kĬm dā jŏŏng), –, president (–) of South Korea.A native of South Jeolla prov., Kim was a long-time campaigner for increased democracy and a writer on international issues. He was elected to the national legislature in and a decade later first ran for president as leader of the opposition to President Park Chung Hee. Kim Dae-Jung, (born January 8, [see Researcher’s Note], Haui Island, Sinan County, Korea [now in South Chŏlla province, South Korea]—died Aug , Seoul), South Korean politician who became a prominent opposition leader during the tenure of Pres. Park became the first opposition leader to win election to his country’s presidency (–). Korean Democrat. Prison Writings. by Kim Dae-Jung. University of California Press. pp. $ On a dull Monday morning in June of this year, the presidential choice of South Korea’s ruling Democratic Justice party (DJP), Roh Tae-Woo, stunned the world with his announcement that he would urge President Chun Doo Huan to accept every major reform demanded by the opposition, especially.
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However, Kim Dae Jung’s stock rose with the Asian economic crisis, helping him narrowly win the presidency in Nevertheless, North Korea became DJ’s landmark issue. Kim Dae-jung is given a hearty send-off in front of the presidential Blue House in Seoul, June , on leaving for summit talks with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang Photograph. Get this from a library! Kim Dae-jung. [Norm Goldstein] -- A biography of the man who survived imprisonment and attempts on his life during his efforts to bring democracy to South Korea and was elected President in In Korea, Kim Dae Jung is a name virtually synonymous with “democracy.” A staunch believer in human rights and the democratic system, he has struggled during his whole life against the.