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This pioneering study of the Indonesian presidency significantly redefines our understanding of Indonesian politics from independence to the present. Angus McIntyre blends political biography with constitutional history to locate Indonesian leaders within both Indonesian cultural frameworks and the global biographical literature on political leaders.
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Angus McIntyre is senior lecturer in the Department of Politics at LaTrobe University.Review:
This book is indeed a good contribution to comparative politics and political science in general as well as to the political history of Indonesia. (Contemporary Southeast Asia Contemporary Southeast Asia)
Imaginative and insightful. . . . This is certainly and important book with which the definitive study of Indonesian presidency will have to engage. (Political Studies Review)
The Indonesian Presidency is an absorbing book. It takes us confidently into the intricacies of politics at the top, drawing on a wide range of sources and on the author's skills as a psychobiographer, a linguist, an historian, and a political scientist. This fluent, clear-eyed study is free of jargon and full of insights. It benefits enormously (as its readers will) from McIntyre's three and a half decades of sustained involvement with Indonesia. (David Chandler, Monash University)
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