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Thailand - Buddhism, Legitimation, and Conflict: The Political Functions of Urban Thai Buddhism. By Peter A. Jackson. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1989, Pp. xiii, 245. Notes, Glossary, Bibliography, Index.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 August 2009

Charles F. Keyes
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University of Washington

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1 Reynolds, Craig J., “The Buddhist Monkhood in Nineteenth Century Thailand” (Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Cornell University, 1973)Google Scholar and Buddhist Cosmography in Thai History, with Special Reference to Nineteenth-Century Culture Change”, Journal of Asian Studies, 35.2 (1976): 203220CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 Again, the work of Craig Reynolds is conspicuous by its absence in Jackson's discussion. In addition to “The Buddhist Monkhood in Nineteenth Century Thailand”, see also Vajirañanavarorasa, Prince, Autobiography: The Live of Prince-Patriarch Vajirañana of Siam, 1860–1921, translated, edited, and introduced by Reynolds, Craig J. (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1979)Google Scholar.

3 Mahanikay-Thammyut: Khwaam-hat-yaeng Phaay-nai Khorng Song Thai Kap Kaan-sorng-seep Amnaat Pok-khrorng Rawaang Faay Aanaajak Lae Saasanaakak (Mahanikay-Thammayut: The internal contradictions of the Thai sangha, and the association of administrative power between the secular and religious spheres). Nonthaburi: Samnak-phim Santitham, 2528 [1985]. (I have retained Jackson's system of transliteration, although it is not one which I use myself.)

4 I refer here to my paper, Buddhism and National Integration in Thailand”, Journal of Asian Studies 30.3 (1971): 551–68CrossRefGoogle Scholar. For some reason Jackson has chosen to quote from the preliminary unpublished version of this paper rather than from the published one.

5 Keyes, Charles F., “Buddhist Politics and Their Revolutionary Origin in Thailand”, International Political Science Review 10.2 (1989): 121–42CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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