Who Lives if Malaysia Dies?: The DAP’s Case for a Multi-Racial Society
The Democratic Action Party is irrevocably committed to the ideal of a free, democratic and socialist Malaysia and to the institutions of parliamentary democracy. Thus this party forms a part of the worldwide movement of democratic socialism to which also belongs the Social Democratic Party of Germany whose programme invokes freedom, justice and solidarity as the basic values of democratic socialism.
The Democratic Action Party's programme seems to me distinguished by the fact that it strives for aims which correspond to the basic values of democratic socialism and whose realisation is being attempted in a rational and practical way.
-- Willi Eichler
The question, on the answer to which depends Malaysia's survival: Are there enough Malaysians to save Malaysia?
In these pages an honest effort is made to chart a sane and rational way out for Malaysia's multi-racial society.
The Democratic Action Party. 1969. 284 pages. Paperback.