• Created Date
  • 1997-10
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  • The article describes geographical characteristics of Phuphan, a mountain located in the Northeastern region of Thailand. After the World War II, Phuphan had been battle grounds for the Communist insurgency and Thai government for several times. Those in the communist insurgency were young Thais who believed in Marxism and yearned for social justice and equality. Well-known Thai progressive thinker Chit Phumisak was also shot dead in Phuphan.
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