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THE great tragedy in Malaysian political history is that neither Tun Abdul Razak Hussein nor Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman lived long enough to ensure the principles, policies and objectives of nationhood they had identified after the May 1969 racial riots were fulfilled.

They both died young, Tun Dr Ismail in August, 1973 and Tun Razak in January, 1976, at the age of 57 and 53 respectively. They worked so hard and so closely in the aftermath of May 1969 to revive the nation and plan its future.

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Opinion , Tan Sri Munir Majid , columnist


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